A woman’s internal conflicts.

Posted on December 6, 2008. Filed under: Women Issues | Tags: , , |

The modern day women have been liberated from the shackles of the old feudal system and is allowed and free to choose her own destiny.

All bias and prejudices were removed and they were given the same rights as the men in those develop countries.
Women were no more chained to the kitchen or imprisoned in their own homes.

This freedom to choose her path to live the life she wants have given her a lot of headaches and heartaches. They are now playing the twin roles of a woman and a man and it is causing them undue strains , dissatisfaction and pain .

They are unhappy about their twin roles and this has caused them internal conflicts which paralyzed them and probably ulcers in their stomachs.

They have attained success in many fields but many of these single minded career women had to give up a family life and those that had a family life , found it lacking and unsatisfactory or unfulfilled due to their busy and heavy schedules.

Many of these new generations of career women would have to decide for a successful working life or to have a happy family or to juggle their life as best as they can.

How do you judge the success of a woman? Is it by her achievements or job or is it being the good wife and mother to her kids.

What exactly is a woman’s role in the modern society?

The traditional feminine roles and lifestyles have evolved and women today found that they not only have to excel in their work but also as a good wife and mother.

The traditional roles and stereotyping of a woman and her expectations are quite deeply rooted in our society. Though women have made amazing advancements through the ages,the men are still lacking behind.

Whether you are a stay at home mom or a working mom , it is all about perceptions and if you are happy and contented with the multi roles you are playing now , you should carry on and not bend yourself over somebody’s perceptions of an idealistic and successful woman.

Be happy ,for you only live once.

Reference and thanks to :-

http://women.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/women/the_way_we_live/article4343969.ece

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3 Responses to “A woman’s internal conflicts.”

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It’s still hard for women because the societal patriarchal mindset that suggests women should be the primary caretakers of a family and homemakers is still there, even though we’re making steps forward women’s rights are still an historical novelty. The fact that you would consider a working woman as having twin roles and her having a job somehow masculine is just a proof we’re not there yet…
Families where both parents are able and free to pursue their ambitions and equally take care of their homes and children are ideal.

Laura1318:- Thanks for your input. Yep! We are not there yet. Equality is still some distance away but we are moving towards that goal.

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