In our generation as it is now, from what I am discovering, more people are running away from marriages than from Colleges. This article is a perfect example. Why does society as a whole need to change so that the norms revolve around the minority of women that value degrees and careers over family? My frustration is this: It is 2016, and being popped the question is still more celebrated than academic and professional pursuits of women. Women today are much more than housewives. I'd say being able to plan and pay for your wedding is an accomplishment too! It's going to be an accomplishment for even a xeemale to marry.
I am a Life Strategist and Relationship Coach. It's just the last leg feminists have to stand on and they intentionally continue to beat this drum. Graduating law school is hard, and is an achievement. Marriage Is, Indeed, Not An Accomplishment… And marriage is about honoring the love between two people — past, present and future. She was excited, she acknowledged the 'huge moment' in her life. When divorces were rare and stable homes common, when men marrying women were celebrated and men marrying men was unthought-of.
To fully believe and agree with her claims they need to be supported correctly. Isn't it funny how feminists complain about female stereotypes and the need for female unity, but they are always turning things into competitions and encouraging an us vs them mentality? It could be what car you drive. I wouldn't wanna be with her. So obviously she has a terrible understanding of history and women's roles in the West in the past. This is simply because there's your real life, the life of family and friends, and love, and while it coexists with professional success, and hey, professional success can make those other things easier by far, professional success is not a stand in for love and family. Women are changing the world with their innovation. Posts will be removed until they include the necessary information.
I have regularly told people that meeting and marrying my husband is my single greatest achievement in life. In general I have noticed that I tend to be questioned much more about my relationship, engagement, or than my job or related accomplishments. That right there is the accomplishment. And I do understand sexism and feminism pretty well, I am just not a bleeding heart or a kiss ass for women and whatever perceived plights they have when it's just societal whining about non-existent plights. Brooke does not fully believe that there is no accomplishment in marriage, she believes there is when a wife and husband get through tough time in life.
Brooke says… My frustration is this: It is 2016 and being popped the question is still more celebrated than academic and professional pursuits of women. Anybody can get married, the happy ones stay married. Hell, yeah, that's an accomplishment. The writer will be marrying soon, I do pray it is permanent, this is a special prayer for the writer. Unsurprisingly, these people are unhappy wives. Welcome to my little part of the internet where beauty, health, being a housewife, and the pursuit of happiness all collide. And while many of these women are married, they are definitely not solely defined by their last name.
I wonder how we could have retrogressed so much in our thinking to think that paper, be it degree certificate or mercury money is more an accomplishment than bagging a good man or woman. But this is internally consistent with my beliefs lol they are hypocrites! Women are becoming businesswomen and entrepreneurs everyday. Women are going to college and then getting their masters and doctorate degrees. Who's to say that finding a partner of any sex who's willing to devote themselves to you is not, in itself, an accomplishment? Except not as excited about that. This issue raised by the writer made it sound like she was being married simply because she had a willing partner. You just have to have a willing partner.
Women are endlessly working to climb up the corporate ladder. Staying together in an era when over is certainly an achievement. Yes and few are able to accomplish it in its full term. Younger women and men too rarely take advice from older people. We should feel great that we are accomplishing something so many have tried and failed. That's not to say that there is no accomplishment related to being married. I thought it was a fine article so I decided to share a few thoughts on it.
This website uses profiling non technical cookies, also third parties cookies, in order to send advertising messages according to user's preferences. With that, I dare say that, in our generation, contrary to what the women who get the ring think, marriage is a great accomplishment more to men than the women. And finally marriage is a greater achievement in these times, when society is becoming more depraved, more children are being raised by single mothers, fathers are shunning their responsibility of managing a home, the government is destroying the values of the home, men are poking men and women licking women. The quality of the people within the marriage can certainly add to its value, but your point about the various scenarios and outcomes can't be ignored. These type of women want to rack these things up and gets props. Additionally, a career and an education will not keep you company or care for you in old age.
For then the writer will come to see the accomplishment of marriage. And I do not mean cohabitation or marrying your same gender. And most men are absolutely fine with that. Or, if it does, it's so unlikely to happen to her that she can't stand someone else having what she never can. Getting hitched was once the only thing a maiden had to look forward to as she blossomed into her prime. Of course, for some the desire would be to snag a spouse of the same sex but, again, quibbles.
We are more obsessed with phones than futures. My frustration is this: It is 2016 and being popped the question is still more celebrated than academic and professional pursuits of women. Brooke is newly engaged to her fiancé, Craig, whom proposed to her three months ago and she is very grateful for it. Little things like leaving lights on or leaving clothes on the floor turn into small annoyances which can quickly add up to a bad mood or anger toward your spouse. However, getting into X school, graduating with Y degree, and landing Z job does require actual hard work. Look, I'm no slouch by this lady's standards. I get satisfaction from my job, and money, which is also nice.