I like this particular episode less for the answers but rather for the interesting questions posed throughout. This topic should get much more than the nearly 28 minutes here, but the questions are something mull over and return to tuen mull over again.
How much of our household life is defined by gender roles?
How much of our household life is defined by “because that’s the way it’s always been done?”
How can couples “level the playing field” to promote conflict resolution and improve the quality of arguments?
Why do we spend so much time arguing about children, money, or the division of labor within our households?
I suppose I didn’t LEARN much; however a big component of learning is trying to figure things out for yourself.