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Sunday Chores

 

 

Let's get some insight into household chores, who

does them, and why. It can help you saving your marriage.

 

The way your childhood family handled household

chores has a profound influence on how you and

your spouse split the chores and how you feel

about how they're split.

 

Below is a list of chores. Print them out and

make 4 columns next to each chore:

 

1. Husband's family

2. Wife's family

3. Who does it now

4. How you feel about who does it now

 

Complete your chart. You'll need your spouse's

input, obviously. You'll want to discover who did

the chore in your childhood home, who did it in

your spouse's childhood home, who does it now,

and how you feel about who does it now.

 

Here's the list of chores:

 

Prepare breakfast

Cook dinner

Set table

Do dishes

Do laundry

Sort mail

Water plants

Make the bed

Do errands

Buy food

Pick up dry cleaning

Mail parcels

Garbage

Vacuum

Dust

Change the sheets

Do small repairs

Change light bulbs

Clean the bathroom

Oil change cars

Mow the lawn

Plant garden

Rake leaves

Pay bills

Organize garage

Deposit checks

Manage investments

Manage insurance policies

Make doctor/dentist appointments

Make weekend plans

Send birthday cards and gifts

Plan vacations

 

Given each spouse's other responsibilities, how

do you feel about the division of labor? In other

words, if you're doing most of the chores but

your spouse works fulltime that might be

understandable. If you both work fulltime but

don't share in the chores equally, that could be

a source of bitterness.

 

What similarities or differences do you see in

your home versus your childhood home? Ask your

spouse what they observe. Saving your marriage 

might be at risk.

 

Ask your spouse if this exercise created any ill

will? Why? What one change could you make in

terms of household chores that would be a

meaningful contribution to the marriage or saving your marriage?

 

Mort Fertel

Author & Founder of Marriage Fitness
The "Saving Your Marriage" Expert


 

 

 

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