Emotional Labor Cartoons-2 everyone's one work is never done as household work is not the responsibility of just one person Nag? Bitch? Shrew? Why are there separate terms for men women rather than one term for whining? they say a women's work is never done and ths creates an unseen burden of emotional labor emotional labor can be a shared responsibility, but this needs to be negotiated between partners It should not only be the wife that deals with the list of items that are needed. HOusehold duties should be delegated equally between both married partners emotional labor can easily create that overwhelming feeling of "how can I do ALL of this?" organization, budgeting, prioritizing emotional management are job qualifications for both the home and work it is everyone's job to clean up, not just one member of the family emotional labor includes being the person that is supposed to always know where everything is men do not suffer under suffrage, the just now take equal responsibility for all tasks. there should not be two standards for leaders: strong (men) v. aggressive (women) when performing the same way. saying, my wife's not working, incorrectly degrades the multiple tasks a spouse accomplishes communication with kin should be a joint responsibility with any couple relationship Emotional labor needs a Marshall plan for moms to even the load of household and family labor promises made (large or small) need to be promises kept, by either spouse in a relationship often a spouse works triple time, working, family scheduling, taking sole care of children everyone in a relationship has the responsibility to know if a grocery item is needed an uneven separation of duties creates emotional labor in a relationship often a spouse works triple time, working, family scheduling, taking sole care of children Posted in .