The study found that women who felt they had to wash more dishes were likely to be unhappy with their partner.
With a rising awareness about the role a good sex life plays in developing a healthy relationship, more couples are trying to spice up things in bed. While a lot of information is available on what can be done during sex to make it more interesting, there are things that can be done in day to day life which contribute to intimacy between a couple.
Now research has found that couples who do household chores together fight less and have better sex lives. As sharing the burden of work at the house becomes common, women are feeling less stressed and are often in the mood.
Sharing work not only makes things quicker but also facilitates effective communication between partners. The study found that women who felt they had to wash more dishes were likely to be unhappy with their partner.
Fighting over household work is known to be a major cause for divorces in the US.
One expert even mentioned that he has had cases where couples get in action while washing dishes.