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Richie Tells Women To Know Their Role! [AUDIO]

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Monday on The Sean and Richie Show we found a study out of Norway that found couples where the woman did the majority of the house work were far more likely to last. From the sounds of it Richie Phillips agreed.

A new study out of Norway found the divorce rate is 50% higher for couples that split chores equally.  The theories are that splitting chores leads to more fights over who’s not pulling their weight or that couples that split usually feature a working woman who can financially handle a divorce.

 

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