Doing housework is the one topic that virtually all cohabitating couples fight over. Even though it’s not the sexiest issue to talk about, no couple can avoid it, no matter how hard they try to avoid it. However, it’s crucial for couples to agree on who is responsible for what in the home. Their house will be cleaned more frequently, and it also lessens disputes and misunderstandings. Couples can show one another, their home, and their relationship care by doing chores, which is a simple yet essential act. Couples that disagree on these chores will probably have one partner perform the majority of the work and may feel resentful or as though their partner doesn’t care about them. But why do couples quarrel in the first place over chores? It’s possible that your upbringing is to fault. When you live with someone who was raised in a different environment, you will have different experiences since we frequently repeat what we [saw] growing up or what was expected of us. “Both of you will think your experience is the right one and your partner’s is the wrong one,” the author writes. The conflict then starts. The good news is that this is a very common problem, but there is a solution. In order to resolve this conflict, we spoke with a few relationship specialists to develop a step-by-step manual on how to ensure that you and your partner are on the same page about domestic duties, or how to fast get there.