Womanhood – a thankless job (neutral perspective)


Being a wife, mother, daughter – in- law and a working woman – you are balancing on so many steps at a time. Trying to make everyone happy and getting frustrated when it doesnt work out??? Even men can not survive a thankless job for long. But you are doing it anyway.

Here are 5 tips CHETAN BHAGAT provides to keep in mind:-

(1)Don’t ever think you are without power. People don’t like you? That’s their problem.

(2)If you are doing a good job at work and your boss doesn’t value you – tell him that, or quit. Talented, hard-working people are much in demand.

(3) Educate yourself, learn skills, network – figure out ways to be economically independent. So next time your husband tells you that you are not a good enough wife, mother or daughter-in-law, you can tell him to take a hike.

(4)Do not ever feel stressed about having a dual responsibility of family and work. It is difficult, but not impossible. The trick is not to expect an A+ in every aspect of your life. You are not taking an exam, and you frankly can’t score cent per cent. It is okay if you don’t make four dishes for lunch, one can fill their stomach with one. Nobody remembers their job designation on their dying day.

(5) most important, don’t get competitive with other women. Someone will do something better than you. Another will lose more weight with a better diet. Your neighbour may make a six-dabba tiffin for her husband, you don’t – big deal. Do your best, but don’t keep looking out for the report card, and definitely don’t expect to top the class. There is no ideal woman in this world, and if you strive to become one, there will be only one thing you will achieve for certain – stress.

Take care of yourself, do your own thing once in a while, travel, explore your own self. Find your identity…..

Tell yourself you are beautiful, do your best and deserve a peaceful life. Anybody trying to take that away from you is making a mistake, not you. Your purpose of coming to this earth is not to please everyone. Your purpose is to offer what you have to the world, and have a good life in return.



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