Partners Who Are Equally Caring For Children Have A Better Sex Life

Couples who share the burdens of childcare are happier together

       According to the American Association of sociologists in which 487 families were followed, the division of work and care about children lead to a better sex life. Couples participating in the study were selected randomly, and they include parents with lower and middle income where the woman is 45 years of age or younger.

       The study’s author, Daniel Carlson, a sociologist from Georgia State University said that the quality of partnership and sexual life is threatened when a woman performs most of the work and then men and women are less satisfied. But when the main burden falls in the children’s father hands, it does not adversely affect the quality of the partnership, including the sex life, concludes the study.

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