From what I have read, Bill and Melinda Gates are generous with their money. But Melinda Gates is an incredible miser when it comes to gratitude. She married one of the world’s most successful men, arguably of all time, and spends a great deal of energy talking about how put upon she was by being married to Bill. From Melinda Gates: Being married to Bill Gates is ‘incredibly hard’ sometimes
It takes patience being married to the second richest man in the world.
One recurring problem was Bill’s struggle to find work-life balance. She recalled being angry with him years ago because the voracious reader was paging through a book about Winston Churchill instead of helping her get their three children ready to go out, or packing up the car.
One of her proudest achievements is spreading her own pettiness to other wives:
This was such an achievement that she mentioned it in her recent book and featured it as she made the rounds plugging the book. Here is her discussion of this same crowning achievement at CNN Business: Melinda Gates opens up about finding equality in her marriage with Bill
Complementarians are convinced that the solution to feminist discontentment is for husbands to do more. If they work harder, do more housework, etc. wives will be content. This isn’t a Christian perspective, but it is the Modern Christian perspective, and it is pure folly.