7,000 Women Surveyed And The Results Are In: Husbands Cause Women More Stress Than Their Children
We’re not sure what’s been going on with mainstream media lately that’s been giving women the validation that they have so been longing, but ladies, your time has come. Apart from a study recently revealing that menstrual cramps can be as painful as a heart attack, a survey done by Today just came out stating that husbands cause more stress for women than their children.
According to Providr, 7,000 moms were surveyed and 46% of those moms said that their husbands actually caused them more stress than their kids.
Those are some numbers! Get it together, men.
75% of the women who were surveyed said that the reason they’re stressed is because of a lack of support from their husbands when it comes to parenting and other household duties.
But the study didn’t end there! Researchers also found that later in life if wife passes away, the husband’s health tends to go downhill, while the same situation is likely not to have the same effect on women. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. When a husband passes away later on in life the wife actually tends to become healthier and shows improvement in depression and stress.
The pure savagry.
The study speculates that the reason for this is because male partners relied much more their female partners, but that street just does not seem to go both ways.
In short: men, we love you, but help your ladies out a bit, would ya?