Study: Men who do chores are happier
CAMBRIDGE, UK (KGO) -- A surprising new study is finding that men who do household chores are happier.
The University of Cambridge study found that men who did a more equal share of housework had higher well being and lower amounts of work and family conflict. The study looked at how much time men spent cooking, washing, cleaning, shopping, and maintenance.
Experts found that men are actually uncomfortable when they're not taking equal responsibility with women.
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