Every weekday evening, Ash Krikorian, 35, comes home from work to a spotless apartment and an Armenian dish prepared by his 30-year-old wife, Gaya.“I want him to be happy, and he loves how I cook and he appreciates it,” Gaya, who lives in Bayside, Queens, with her husband of five months, tells The Post.Out of all the gyms in Montreal, Sanctuaire is a magnet for the elite.
“In my opinion, I think it’s a good balance for us that I do more [traditionally] ‘female’ things,” Gaya says. Since the ’70s, sociologists have been surveying high school seniors about whether they agreed with the statement: “It is usually better for everyone involved if the man is the achiever outside the home and the woman takes care of the home and family.” In 2014, 42 percent of teens disagreed with the statement, compared to 58 percent in 1994.
“They ask me questions about it, and I always answer, ‘This is how I feel I should be living.’ ” Midtown psychologist Anjhula Singh Bais says she’s seen more young people of late aspiring to “Leave It to Beaver”-style marriages.
They either come from divorced households, are wary of the tumultuous online dating scene or want to diverge from their liberal parents’ relationships.
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A police source said that on the day she killed her husband, Omotayo had called Hakeem who was at a party, to come back home as there was something important she wanted to discuss with him. On his part, Dolapo said Omotayo hired him to punish her husband, adding that she promised him that she would give him anything he requested if the operation was successful.