Fathers are the unseen victims of the work-life crunch, a growing group argues. And it’s time for everyone to fight back.
(Sandberg) has long credited her husband, Dave Goldberg—a Silicon Valley exec who died unexpectedly in May at age 47—for making her success possible by shouldering his share of domestic duties. He made sure, for instance, to be home by 6 p.m. so he could help make dinner and get their two children to bed, often scheduling work dinners after 8 p.m. When choosing a husband, Sandberg famously advised women to find “someone who values fairness and expects, or, even better, wants to do his share in the home.”