Showers - His and Hers
Bathrooms can be a battleground, with flatmates and families staking claim to private time and storage space. It takes one morning with hairs in the sink for World War Three to kick off. Couples especially can find themselves arguing about petty issues like leaving the lid off the toothpaste and having too-long showers. One way to prevent some of the rows is to create 'his and hers' showers, to keep both of you happy.
Showers - What She Wants
Women are very attached to their bathrooms, as it's a place where they can close the door and have some 'me' time. It's very important to them to be able to feel they have plenty of space for their beauty products, and enjoy their baths and showers in peace. Nothing can get a woman more irate than finding hairs in the sink, having to put down the toilet seat, and rearrange a pile of messy men's grooming products (when hers are always neatly stored). Showers are also a place of contention when it comes to cleaning. If it gets blocked, she will want him to do the DIY job of clearing the blockage, while some men may argue that the problem's probably caused by her hair anyway. Couples need to compromise over their showers so they don't have unnecessary and petty arguments.
Showers - What He Wants
To men, bathrooms are more functional places. They are there for the purpose of fulfilling basic hygiene needs like taking showers, brushing teeth and shaving. They can't understand why women get so upset about the toilet seat and the toothpaste tube. Showers especially are a place for guys to just wash and go, and if they do linger for ages when they take showers, it will be because they've just played a football match and are easing their aching muscles, rather than pampering themselves.
Showers - Keeping the Peace
To create harmony in the bathroom, there need to be some compromises. Men need to understand what a special space it is for women, and make an extra effort to keep it clean. They should avoid using soap bars in their showers, to prevent a build-up of scum, which creates more cleaning (which their partner will probably have to do). Women need to respect that men are more functional creatures, and like to keep things practical. In couples' showers, there should be two separate shelves or hanging chrome baskets for the different beauty products. This way, the man can keep his in a contained mess, while the woman can keep hers neat and easily access her array of products. And as long as the guy can remember to put the loo seat down, squeeze the toothpaste from the bottom and rinse his hairs down the sink, there should be peace and harmony.
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