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Highly Religious Men Do More Housework Than Non-Religious Men

Deseret News cites Wheatley research in an opinion article, saying that "the happiness of women cannot be separated from the moral development of men."

Dad and child doing laundry.

"Far from being a hindrance to women, men’s participation and service in church is designed to make them more responsive to the needs of women and children, and to practice putting others first," writes Meagan Kohler of Deseret News. In her article, she goes on to cite research from Wheatley Institute's research report entitled, The Ties That Bind: Is Faith a Global Force for Good of Ill in the Family?. According to Kohler, the greater a couple's religiosity, the better their relationship.

Read the entire Deseret News article here.