Daily Shot: What Housework Has to Do with Divorce


Ali and John discuss a Norwegian study that found that divorce rates are 50% lower among heterosexual couples in which women do most of the housework. Ali says she and George naturally fell into traditional gender roles at home — he's the breadwinner, she cooks and cleans. John and his partner, on the other hand, had to delegate household chores.

Is arguing about housework a slippery slope to further fights? Who does more of the housework in your home? Tell us in the comments below!

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