Some men claim that they do all the household cleaning. A survey by Business Standard researchers at Cambridge University found that the key to a happy relationship . . . is MEN doing more HOUSEWORK.       

The study looked at surveys of 30,000 people in 34 different countries, and found that when men did more chores, THEY were the ones who were happier, not women.     

Husbands and boyfriends had more feelings of guilt when they thought they weren't doing their share of work around the house.   Researchers weren't sure if they felt it on their own, or if they were just nagged more when they didn't help.

When men help out more, there are FEWER arguments in the home, and the men reported a higher level of happiness.