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"If I worked all day and came home and saw a grown man waiting for me to cook I would lose it" -Lady

Women today want partnerships in which they can make equal contributions. We anticipate reciprocity and the sharing of responsibilities within our collaborations.

When work is divided 50/50, each person may provide 100% to the project. In a generous relationship, partners care more about keeping the score even than about addressing specific needs. A woman's comments that she would be upset if her husband expected her to cook for him when he got home from work ignited a debate online.

If I came home from work and there was a grown man waiting for me to make dinner, I would go insane. "After a long day at work, the prospect of coming home to a grown man waiting for me to prepare supper makes me feel sick to my stomach. Why are you so helpless if you have a working heart and two working legs?" She just put out a tweet.

Let me know what you think. Is she correct in saying that a guy should take the initiative and prepare dinner when he gets home from work, rather than waiting for his wife to do so? You can follow along if you like and leave a comment to let me know what you think. Any male who doesn't help out in the kitchen when he gets home from work is useless, according to her.


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