Research shows that men who do housework have happier love lives
Who would have ever imagined that keeping a tidy house could help give couples that extra kick in the bedroom?
Research suggests that husbands who vacuum, dust and sweep are happier, healthier, have better sex lives, and are much more likely to stay married.
Scientists hoping to uncover what makes a healthy relationship found that men who help around the house actually have better relationships, according to the University of Washington’s The Family
Women’s greatest fantasies are finally coming true.
The theory is that couples who exhibit more acts of kindness, like folding the laundry for a mate, have longer lasting relationships. The study showed that happy couples had more positive interactions than negative interactions by a 5 to 1 ratio.
So next time your hubby empties the dish washer or offers to pick up the kids from school, be sure to give him
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