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Men Are Doing More Housework and Women Are Doing Less.

Before you call me an all out liar, follow me on this one.  In 1965, women averaged about 28 hours of housework per week, and men only averaged four.  Today, the average woman does 15, and the average guy does nine

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Flickr.com Valerie Everett
Flickr.com Valerie Everett
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Do Men Like Doing Housework? [POLL]

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.    

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Are You Ever Asked To Fix Something That You Know Nothing About?

Have you ever been asked to do something that you aren't good at or you don't know how to do? It would be like asking me to fix your computer...scary!

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Women Are Most Relaxed When Their Husbands Help With Housework

What?? I don't know about you, but I get a little more stressed when my husband starts helping out with household chores. Apparently I am the only one who feels this way because USA Today says that in a recent study done by the team at UCLA women's stress levels are lowest when they team up with their husband to tackle the work around the house.

For men, it's the opposite . . . their stress level is the lowest when they're kicking back and relaxing while their wives do everything.

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Sean Gallup Getty Images
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Couples Should Split the Chores 50/50

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If you think splitting the chores with your spouse 50-50 is going to make the resentment and inequality in your relationship magically disappear . . . NOPE.

According to a new book called "Spousonomics", couples who divide chores right down the middle end up just as unhappy as other couples.

It's because not everyone is good at every chore, and certain people hate certain chores more than other people. So instead of doing the ironing, which you're good at, you HAVE to wash the dishes and walk the dog . . . and you hate those.

Those chores take you longer . . . you miss out on time to do things you really want . . . and you end up unhappy.

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