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Managing your role as a parent and a partner can be challenging at times, and The Doctors a tip that could help with both.
According to a study from Georgie State University, couples who split childcare duties evenly report a higher quality relationship and a better sex life, compared to those who do not share the responsibilities.
The study looked at 500 heterosexual couples, who were both married and living together, In the study childcare, was defined as “making and enforcing of rules for children, monitoring and supervising, doling out punishment, praising and playing with kids.”
Have you tried splitting up childcare duties evenly in your relationship? If so, let us know if there have been any positive benefits to your bedroom life.