A husband doing homework

Indonesia
September 7, 2011 5:01am CST
Housework (washing clothes, sweeping, mopping, cooking, ironing, etc.) is almost done 24 hours in a day. Are we allowed to ask the husband (the term is "Head of the Family") to lend a hand with homework. Or a husband does not deserve to do his homework and had to sit back and be served? Does your husband only obliged to seek money to family members! How do your opinions and views?
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@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
24 Sep 11
Are we allowed to ask the husband (the term is "Head of the Family") to lend a hand with homework? may Or a head of family does not deserve to do homework and had to sit back and be served? Head-worth families deserve just for doing the housework.
@gengeni (3308)
• Indonesia
24 Sep 11
in my opinion. household head does not mean silence when his wife was busy around the house. husband also had to help his wife when she's trouble is not whether a promise to help each other and loving marriage. but here the function d husband will help primary function is the wife. regards
• Indonesia
7 Sep 11
Just help each other.
@jaiho2009 (39021)
• Philippines
7 Sep 11
There is nothing wrong for a husband doing some home- works. When I get married,I am not a good cook and it is my husband who taught me so many dishes esp his favorite ones. But, I am expert when it comes to salad and pasta recipe (my favorite foods) I also know few good men who really help their wives with house works. It never make them a lesser man..but made them a great man to their wife. have a good day jaiho®