When the Eliot Spitzer scandal broke in March, I had only sympathy for him: another middle-aged married guy tormented by his sexual needs. So the conversation had a conspiratorial male character. When I told one married friend about my torment, he cut me off. Straying, wandering eye, a blowup.
Donald Trump Is Destroying My Marriage
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Pregnant and with two children under the age of six, Anna Xavier was recently so stressed about juggling work and life she threatened to move out of the family home and find her own apartment. The couple also took their children out of daycare which has largely remained open in Sweden for several months, due to worries about how the coronavirus could affect expectant mothers. The couple have since sent their children back to daycare and hired a cleaner to avoid further arguments. But by being the primary caregiver during the peak of the pandemic, year-old Xavier has fallen behind on her own business goals. Between pregnancy, the pandemic, housework and working from home, entrepreneur Anna Xavier says managing stress in the Covid era is a struggle Credit: Anna Xavier. At the beginning of the pandemic, there were high hopes that the global shift to home-working could mean childcare and chores would be divided more equally within couples.
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Donald Trump and the Republican Party have plenty of female supporters, of course, especially among white women. But politically speaking, as evidenced by the recent midterms, there is an undeniable, and growing, gender divide in American politics: In , almost 60 percent of female voters supported Democrats, compared to 47 percent of male voters — outpacing the gap in other recent elections. Many people with divergent perspectives from their partners have not been able to make it work in the Trump era. This past summer, another survey of 1, people found that a third declared the same. And even people ostensibly on the same side of the issues as their partner have run into challenges, with the climate exacerbating or revealing new fault lines.