#HiMothers, married couples (married couples) are actually partners in taking care of the household. Starting from kitchen matters to childcare.
But apparently, there are still many mothers who feel ‘alone’ completing this or that task at home. Not to mention, mothers who have to work or open a business to increase their income, to meet their daily needs.
So that you don’t burn out alone and still have me time, Mom and Dad should share tasks at home. In the opinion of book writer and lay storyteller Prakoso, the division of husband and wife duties should be kept away from society’s view.
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“The term that has developed in society is that the husband works and provides a living, while the wife takes care of the house and children. For us, that doesn’t fit,” said Awam to HaiBunda, recently.
The founder of Kampung Dongeng emphasized that as head of the household, the husband must have a big role in matters of the house and children. Especially when it comes to children, it’s not only the mother’s job but there’s also something the father has to do.
In daily practice, as a wife, Yuliana Prakoso does not feel that she has a large share in taking care of the household. When there was no Household Assistant (ART), she and her husband shared the tasks together.
“The routine and light tasks are done by the wife, the heavy ones which require men’s strength are done by the husband,” he said.
So, what are some tips for couples to stay united without ‘pulling tendons’? Let’s ask directly, Father Layman and Mother Yuliana will be present at HaiBunda Live Instagram @haibundacom on Tuesday, 28 November 2023, starting at 16.00 WIB.
With the theme Dear Husband: We Are Partners, this program will be guided by HaiBunda Editor, Prita Daneswari. Mother, prepare the best questions, because the two selected questioners will receive attractive prizes from Bubun.
Mothers, don’t forget to join the HaiBunda Squad community to share various information about mom’s life. Lots of exciting events and lots of giveaways too, of course.
Come on, register directly by clicking HERE. Free!