Around the house, women rule. And men aren't putting up a fight about it, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center that looks at how gender and power play out at home.To improve your marriage -- be quiet
Of 1,260 couples surveyed this summer, women wield more decision-making power at home. In 43 percent of couples, women made more decisions -- almost twice as many as men -- in the four areas surveyed: planning weekend activities, household finances, major home purchases and TV watching.
''Despite the fact that in our society, we have had this notion of males as heads of households, we have seen the pattern that women tend to really be the managers."
"The number one myth about relationships is that talking helps. The truth is, more often than not, it makes things worse,"