78% of American Couples Fight About This
Even the healthiest and most well adjusted marriages experience a rough spot every now and then. In fact, if you never fight with your significant other - it could be a sign of something wrong in your relationship. So, if you and your person have heated words about something so seemingly insignificant as "loading the dishwasher," or "folding the towels," not only is it healthy and normal - your not alone.
A new survey from Wakefield Research and Taskrabbit reveals that more than three quarters (78%) of Americans fight with their partner, roommate, friend, or family member about household chores in general. Almost half of those polled (46%) said that the fight centered on doing those chores "the right way."
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