Yes, I agree with the lady who says when the man comes home from an 8 hr day of work he thinks nothing of helping around the house.
Her day is not done. I remember working until 10 at night getting things ready for the next day. Please don't comment on what did I do all day. I had three boys under 5 who needed to be fed, played with, bathed, loved, listened to, held, coddled, taught, diciplined, cared for when sick, grocery shopping, cleaning, cooking, washing, yard work,etc etc. and then put on a pretty face, clean myself up, have dinner ready and smile when the hubby came home to hear about his day......but sometimes you can reason with adults (meaning his work.....try reasoning with a 2 yr old) Those days are over.....my boys are young men now ...on there own and I hope I have insatilled that a relationship is 100 to 100 not 50/50. When you try 50/50 you're always keeping score. Give a 100% of yourself ...and if you can't you don't care enough and you need to move on. I'm talking about before you make a commitment. You see I'm cought in the middle. I'm in my 50's.....today some women who do stay at home don't seem to realize just how lucky they are! And the men they are married to seem to accept a messy house, cooking their own dinner, etc. When do we reach a happy medium. Grandma's from the womens lib and Grandpa's from the men are all beat all. No wonder if your 25 to 35 yrs of age you're totally confused.