Family and life in Norway
Posted By : Date : William E. Decker | 11-04-2012
As women in Scandinavian countries regularly go to work, their husbands often playwith children, almost always do washing up and ironing. Women, in turn, are able to change a car tire, hang a cornice for curtains, tile bathroom or move furniture without the help of men. The spouse do  the house cleaning and caring for the garden together. Perhaps, that's life in the harsh environment and the majestic nature which has brought this distinctive trait, which moves closer the Finns and Norwegians, as restraint and reticence. This is a particular…
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