When visiting someone’s home for dinner, do you offer to help clean up after the meal?

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Whenever I go to someone else’s home for dinner, I always offer to help clean up after the meal is over with because it’s polite and that’s how I was raised. I thought it was a common practice amongst everyone. Yesterday after dinner, I was the only one helping my mom clean up and it was a lot to do. My uncles girlfriend sat on the couch the entire time while we were cleaning up and didn’t offer to help one time. It just dawned on me that she has never offered to help clean up after a Holliday dinner but will gladly eat up all the food, make to go plates, and plop down on the couch right after. My grand mother even helped us and she uses a Walker and has severe back pain. I’d like to bring it up to my uncle because I have an issue with that. Or am I overreacting?
When visiting someone’s home for dinner, do you offer to help clean up after the meal?
When visiting someone’s home for dinner, do you offer to help clean up after the meal?
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