Author Sherri Mills

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Perfect Madness

Judith Warner, author of 'Perfect Madness' stated that after speaking to 150 women all over the country she discovered that the householder inequality that she saw in her own city was a nationwide epidemic.

My research showed the same thing.

Dr. Warner said women told her of their exhaustion, depression, resentment and frustration with their husbands.

One woman said she sobbed to her husband, "I can't do this any more."

Her husband said he wanted to help but he didn't know how.

That's why we need to learn how to communicate effectively with our spouses and divide the householder work once and for all.

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