Women responded that the overburden of housework left them looking for satisfaction, attention and a desire to feel feminine, that the vacuum cleaner and rubber gloves could not give them.
Perhaps Gleeden's conclusions are no surprise given that a survey last year by French statistics agency INSEE revealed that women in France still carry out two thirds of domestic chores, even though men were pulling their weight more than in the past.
The Singapore website had stated that Ashley Madison is "coming in November", and The Straits Times understands that the earliest launch date was intended to be in the week of Nov 17.
A man's failure to pull his weight at home is often the spark that lights the fuse of female infidelity.
Or perhaps the other woman works or works out at the gym he's showing a sudden interest in going to," explains Manette.2.
His Attitude Towards You Dramatically Changes Changes in his mood can point to more than just stressful times at work.
If he's dressing differently for work, there may be a coworker he's trying to impress." Likewise, if your lifelong couch-potato spouse suddenly becomes a gym rat, it may not be you that he's trying to impress.
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