Train your son to #ShareTheLoad | Catalyse progress in our society

The inequality in society begins at home. In traditional Indian homes, we see modern gadgets ruling our lives but we still see brothers & fathers resting while the sister and mother do the housework.

Today’s woman manages the home and has a career too, so it is befitting to expect the same from the man of the house. It’s time men #ShareTheLoad. This will happen only if mothers take the initiative in training their sons to take equal part in household chores.

Mayura Amarkant Son Abhimanyu Jain
I am training my son to contribute to housework equally. He respects women at all times.

My son is 14 years old, since the age of 9, he has been helping me around the house. As parents, we believe this is part of our training. We want him to be a good human being above everything else. Helping around in the house is not a sign of weakness, it is, in fact, a sign of being humane and sensitive towards the family. When we received this hamper by Ariel India, we couldn’t have been happier.

ShareTheLoad
The Ariel #HamperOfEquality contains exciting tools to enable me to train my son to #ShareTheLoad

The hamper contains something for each member of the family – truly a #HamperOfEquality!

I am glad to be part of Ariel’s latest #ShareTheLoad campaign. My son & I are having a blast while using the stuff. I really hope my post inspires more and more mothers to make laundry a fun activity by involving their sons. Thank you Ariel India for coming up with such a thoughtful campaign.

Here is a fantastic ad that will stir your soul! Do watch!

Penned by:

Mayura Amarkant

“This post is a part of the #ShareTheLoad movement by Ariel in association with BlogAdda

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