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When Family Life Gets You Down

Husbands, it’s time to step up your game.

Having a family can be very stressful, as anyone who’s married with kids will know. It takes excellent time management skills and a lot of constant housework and chores, on top of making ends meet. But while most would probably assume that the kids would be the biggest source of stress in a woman’s life, science actually suggests that the husband might be causing more stress. Read on to learn why. 


Many Options Nowadays

In the modern day, women have far more opportunities than they ever have. We can be the breadwinner in the family, or choose to stay at home and take care of the kids and the house. But what happens when all of those responsibilities start adding up at once?


When The Responsibilities Add Up

Spiderman's Uncle Ben once said, "with great power comes responsibility," and it's true. Women in this day and age have more power to choose what they want to do with their lives than in past generations, but with that comes more responsibilities. Women are now often expected to be the prime caregivers to their children and work full time. 


Are Chores Shared Equally?

Although it’s generally understood in marriage that two people will share the domestic responsibilities, unfortunately that doesn’t always end up happening. Women are often left to feel ultimately responsible for cooking, cleaning, childcare, and working a full-time job on top of that. This can leave the woman feeling like she is also parenting and nagging her husband to do chores, instead of working alongside him.