Hello, Love
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Hello, Love

Doing the Labor In Relationships: Whose Job Is It?

Ideally, it’s both. Practically, it’s whoever has the bandwidth at the moment.

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Every time I post a piece mentioning how well my partner contributes to household duties, I invariably get one of two responses from women:

“You’re so lucky. He’s a unicorn,” or “Most men suck, leaving women to do all the…

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Love changes us. Love makes us human.

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Kyra Bussanich

Kyra Bussanich

Entrepreneur, professional pastry chef, and author with an interest in psychology, relationships, simple pleasures, healing, and what connects us.

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