Women tend to consider domestic work as a curse. In Britain, however, studies have shown that up to 60% of women treated cleaning as psychological therapy, and 59% believe that addressing this gives them a sense of control over their own lives. The British research shows that over half of women feel depressed, if the home is nieposprzątane. Occasionally clean the house begins to be obsessed with a woman who terrorizes other family members. So fights break out because the husband left the newspaper in the wrong place, threw a match into the sink and not in the trash, etc.. Sometimes, the women have almost pathological need to clean up. This is often a signal the existence of deeply hidden problem. External governance is a substitute for internal governance. If one can not organize their life, is trying to make harmony if only in their immediate vicinity. This gives a sense of control over reality. Women''s program for cleaning is also largely the effect of the impact of cultural patterns. Even little girls are brought up in the cult of purity. They are taught that they should maintain order. Other criteria apply to boys. Frequently they are protected against any work at home. The British study is revolutionary primarily for this reason that every third Englishwoman admitted that running with a rag around the house makes it more fun than sex.