Mar 10, 2020
When couples decide to have a baby, maybe they have a good idea of how much time it will take to feed and rock and change diapers … but how much extra work does a child create in a household, and how do successful couples divide it?
Research has proven that a new child “disrupts” the natural division of labor in your household and can even lead to anger and resentment in your partner.
In today’s episode, I’m joined by Dr. Jill Yavorsky, an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Organizational Science at UNCC to discuss the data around what a new child means for your household division of labor and give you some tips to mitigate your workload before resentment builds.
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