"I'm secretly loving the fact that the world is recognizing that now. So I think we could see a lot of growth come out of this beyond just never judging stay-at-home moms again," she continued. "I think we have the opportunity, if we use this time wisely, for marriages to really communicate and equalize the workload."
The Good Place actress recently told PEOPLE that having Shepard to lean on at home has been a very "heartwarming" experience for her.
"He has been tapping me out when I get frustrated," she said about the ways he helps her with homeschooling. "Like, 'What did my kid do in school today? What does she need to do tomorrow? What time does the class start?' "
Bell added, "He's made me feel like I'm not doing it by myself, which has made me fall much deeper in love with him. Because I think I'd pull my hair out if I thought it was all up to me."
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