I know a Mrs. MacDaddy intimately enough to comment. She has a problem with a daily routine. A problem with maintenance. I find that she is most helped by starting off with getting a cleaning service to come in and just leading her through a routine. She is often surprised by how little time she actually spends as opposed to how much she thinks it will take to accomplish. She is better when it can be done together and conversation can take place, as opposed to yelling and acting all Napolean or Hitler...She resents the whole business if she's driven like a slave to it. She says that she's sure that on her deathbed, she won't be saying she wished she'd done more chores.
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