Bryan Abasolo Opens Up About His Home Life with Rachel Lindsay — and Reveals Who Does the Chores!
On the latest episode of “Talking It Out,” Bryan Abasolo opened up about his home life with wife Rachel Lindsay — and confessed that he “could definitely do better” when it comes to helping her out with certain chores.
“I feel like I do the stereotypical ‘manly’ [chores] — the taking out of the garbage and things like that. I walk [our dog] Copper at night. But I could definitely do better on certain ones. I think guys are aloof sometimes and [are] focused on other things. They don’t realize that there are little things around the house that need to be done, that should be done, but you’re just focused on, ‘OK, I already took out the garbage. I already did the ones that I know about.’”
While Bryan is based in Miami due to his chiropractic practice and Rachel resides in Los Angeles for her job as a correspondent for “Extra,” the pair — who met and fell in love on Season 13 of “The Bachelorette” before tying the knot in August 2019 — travel to each other often to spend time together. As he expressed on “Talking It Out,” Bryan wants to make more of an effort to pitch in during those extended periods.
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“But there’s other things that you could chip in with that, at the end of the day, your girl is going to notice. We’ve got to be more cognizant of the fact that there are other little things you can help around the house with and help your girl out,” the handsome doctor continued. “I’m definitely guilty of it. I know there are a lot of guys out there who are guilty of it. But we’ve just got to do better.”
Meanwhile, Bryan’s Bachelor Nation podcast co-host, Mike Johnson, admitted to being a “neat freak” in romantic relationships, citing his military background and the influence of being raised by a single mother.
“I think, in relationships, I’m the one that’s a bit cleaner. Honestly, I’m the one that’s looking at everything like, ‘Baby, your hair is everywhere. Come on now.’ That’s me. I’m the one that has to pull back,” said the Air Force veteran, who grew up with sisters. “Living with all women and then also being in the military, I ain’t gonna front, I have to pull back a little bit.”
See what else the men had to say on the subject in the video below — and don’t forget to subscribe to “Talking It Out with Mike & Bryan” on Apple Podcasts.