Researchers at Cambridge University may have just discovered the secret to happiness, at least for men: Do more chores. Men from seven European countries were found to have an improved sense of well-being and work-life balance, as well as less work-life conflict, if they helped more around the house, the Telegraph recently reported.
Your boyfriend is intelligent and kind, but he’s also unemployed. If he popped the question tomorrow would you still say yes? According to a survey done by YourTango and ForbesWoman, 75 per cent of you will answer “no” to this question.
More than half of women recently surveyed by AOL Living and Women’s Day magazine say their husbands are not their soulmates, that they sometimes regret marrying their husbands, and that they have considered leaving their husbands at some point.
It’s an age old complaint that men are incapable of doing more than one thing at a time, so researchers decided to test the truth of the commonly held belief. They found that when women and men work on a number of simple tasks such as searching for a key or doing easy maths problems …
On the outside they might put on a brave face, hit the pub and talk even more about football. But a study has found that, contrary to popular belief, when a relationship is in trouble it is men who suffer the most. Romantic ups and downs apparently have a greater effect on the mental health …
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