A marriage is a big decision for a women, especially. Because after a wedding day, new life begin. Pregnant, after that, have a child and became a mother automatically. Take care of small family is not a simple case. It's take more pasion and understanding. As a single lady before, has a job and a good honor in working. After marriage, is that have to quit from job and being a good wife and mother or give nurse to take care a child and still working (for woman) ?
After marriage, it is better to take a job for your family. As, it will give you financially secure and also your family will be benefited from your income. I am telling you on present current economic scenario.
It's a nice opinion. I'm still thinking, that even woman have to work and live a child just with a nurse, for me, I'm not feel safely... execpt there is grandmother or grandpa with my child... May be, for others has a different thinking with me...
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