HOUSEWIFE… A word many men wants to use less or never in their life.  I don’t understand why housewife term is given so less importance compared to working women. Is it like if a woman chose to be at home to look after the members of her family, her place all by herself termed as less importance than choosing a position in Companies?? Why do most husbands feel degraded introducing their wives in get together or any parties who is a housewife.
It’s nothing like if she choose not to work after marriage means she is less educated or doesn’t have skills etc etc… I will say those who chose to be a housewife actually chose a full time or 24/7 job.
It needs lots of patience, attention and skills to look after everything. Men should understand that unknowingly or knowingly because of this housewife your life is moving smoothly personally as well as professionally.
Men must have experienced if one day wife is ill or gone out for couple of days, most of them can’t even find their kerchief or socks or say important files. Right??
I respect working women too and I agree they handles both home and office and i respect their passion. That’s the power women juggle between work perfectly.
My intension to write specifically about housewives is because I personally have seen many men feels awkward saying my wife don’t work or she is a housewife. Even some men doesn’t take them for outing with friends or some parties. Men should understand the importance of being their wives as a housewife and her sacrifices. They should feel proud that you got a woman in your life who chose you, your parents, your house over her carrer after marriage. Respect her decision. Feel proud to introduce her as a HOUSEWIFE.




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  1. In North America, the work of women who take care of the home and family full time is often devalued. You are right. It is often seen as less important than a “real” career, unless it is combined with work outside the home, which leaves mother and the children more stressed than ever! I understand this now that I have take on full time care of one grandchild going on nearly two years. I am happy, but exhausted!!! Sure, I have less energy than when I was father to my own children when they were cared for at home by my wife, but I appreciate now what she went through while I got out of the house and was well paid to do so. One small improvement now in N America is that we have a better job name for the work of the “housewife.” It may be politically correct to use the term “homemaker”, but it truly reflects the importance of the work and the fact that men, as well as women, can and should take care of the home and the family.

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