You should have asked

This was originally posted here: You should’ve asked by the amazing graphic artist Emma

 

Here is the english version of my now famous “Fallait demander” !

Thanks Una from unadtranslation.com for the translation 🙂

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2 thoughts on “You should have asked

  1. What if she has chosen not to take a job? Does he still need to share the house-work physical or otherwise?

    1. I think it’s all based on the understanding between the partners. Now every job has its pros and cons. But can we even call household chores a ‘job’. After all, a full time home maker doesn’t have a defined work schedule. it doesn’t give you holidays. No payment for sure. Most often no appreciation. Plus the constant judgements like, “you don’t do a thing”, “I bring the money” etc.
      Partners should take charge and participate in the housework instead of waiting for the call for ‘help’.. You are not doing anyone any favour only sharing the chores or doing it together.. Less stress, more time together.. Win-win

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