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Should A Man Be Involved In House Chores?

sincerely today i worked the hell out of myself i was so tired and i thanked God for creating ladies that do chores at home.I paused for a while and asked myself if i wud still do such domestic work when i am married.after all i know of a man that do same almost everyday i mean sweeping,washing scrubing e.t.c.so whats your opinion N.landers

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If u have to be asking him to help,before he knows he need to help, then, he is not a man, but a little baby that needs one little woman to make him feel like a man.

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dats y u shud marry someone who is ur friend,i min a marriage based on frienship and not a master surbodinate kinda marriag.some women dont even av d efontry 2 ask dia husbands 2 assist dem in house chores.dats not marriage.ur husband shud assist u especially in cases of pregnancy or d wife is sick or generally stressed up n tired.dats y u r husband n wife n u r meant 4 each oda

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dats y u shud marry someone who is ur friend,i min a marriage based on frienship and not a master surbodinate kinda marriag.some women dont even av d efontry 2 ask dia husbands 2 assist dem in house chores.dats not marriage.ur husband shud assist u especially in cases of pregnancy or d wife is sick or generally stressed up n tired.dats y u r husband n wife n u r meant 4 each oda

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@poster, most definitely it ll be most unfair to let the woman do all the work dont u think so?

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Yes . . . the man shd be involved.

Do the cooking together, if possible, or the man do the dishes.

The man could do the laundry while the kids are still small.

The man MUST do the lawn.

The man MUST shovel the snow.

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If you love your lady and you discover that she needs help, help her. Period.

But that's not to encourage swaping Domestic Roles.

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Personally I don't see anything wrong in my husband doing chores. We both work full-time and my mother in-law takes care of our children. Whoever gets home first makes dinner for both of us, most of the time he does and it does nto bother him. He helps out a lot and he knows that I don't wait for him to get things done either. It's not because we both work but because he feels like it is his duty to also do some work around the house.

When I had our first child, i tried being a stay at home mom for 6 months (got bored and dusted my portfolio back to workforce) even then, he always helped with the baby when he came home stating that taking care of a child is 2 full time jobs. I even had every other Friday to go out and pamper myself while he took care of the baby. I guess it depends on both people and their understanding. Here in the US it's not easy to get maid, u just have to work it out somehow.

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Its all about understanding between the two of them.

I think the kitchen?domestic work still belongs to the wife sha but if they can share it

amongst themselves then no wahala, but the problem be sey if the man see woman

wey take proper care of am na im be sey e don beee o.

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ofcourse a man should help at home

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why nt, when God say we should be helping ourselves. Men have more power nd muscles to do house chores. Infact we women should only cook and leave the rest to you guys except taking care of the baby.

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to get your wife`s attention,the earlier you help her the better for you.

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aah He better be involved!

Na only me wey dey involve to carry belle!!!

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there is no big boy or big man when it comes to house chores these days. my little sister lives with me and i dont even ask her to do anything. na me dey put my hand inside toilet, na me dey scrub floor and wash plates sometimes.

its no big deal. my guy if u don start am make u continue.

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sometimes relations starts insinuating diabolic manifestation.they consider it as uncyclic

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@ poster

YES he should. Do you want to kill the woman?

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Hi,

It is good for a man to be involved as it shows that you care for your spouse. If you believe in culture which did not support it then you will receive the result when your spouse starts complaining of stress.

sokan

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@topic,

why not? Is he feeble?

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It shuld be 'supplementary' not 'neccessary' & he shuldnt wait to be asked b4 doing it especially when its obvious she needs it. . . . . . . .

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home help are affordable, they are called kids.

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If he can't afford a home help, I see nothing wrong in a man helping out with the house work.

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It is good to help out sometimes.

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personally, i dont like house chores. argh!!! and to get a maid too from stories is not the best option. the best thing i think that can be done is to get a help and comes everyday, does the chores and leaves till the next day or it can be for only a few days of the days. that might work

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Sorry.

There are people who are willing to do your chores for a decent pay.

Is that better?

*you guys are killing my villain spirit*

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aww, that was not nice.

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MAYBE A" MAID IN MANHANTA"

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But instead of stressin oneself after a hectic day,wudnt a maid be necessary?

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Women work as well.

Its unfair for a woman to slave away all day at work and then slave away when she gets home. A man should help out where he can. Whether its looking after the children while she cooks. Ironing or whatever. Its a partnership not slave and mastership.

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Get someone to clean. I heard there are a lot of latinos in America you can exploit for 2 grandnuts!

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