There comes a point in almost every relationship when a couple gets in an argument about cleaning. He wants the dishes done right now and she wants to wait until tomorrow to wash them.
Or, they always take turns cleaning but she wishes they would work on the house together. Many couples go through their relationship with toilet scrubber disagreements, without ever wondering where these arguments originate.
They walk through life, never diving deeper than the surface of their Windex issues because they believe that the problem cannot be fixed.
But what if the reason why two people can’t seem to agree on how to clean has to do with the fact that they have different love languages? There are five love languages: Acts of service, touch, words of affirmation, quality time, and gift giving.
Each of these methods of communication cause people to give and receive love in different ways, and couples have used this research for years in order to learn how to love one another. It turns out that these languages also affect the way that people prefer to clean.
Check out the video above in order to see why you and your partner may clean differently. After watching, you may finally understand why they clean the way they do, and then perhaps you won’t get so mad at them for not doing the dishes last night.