Her struggling economic situation gave way to little or no opportunity to properly care for and nurture her first-born child. In spite of the attention and love Emily craved and never received, she still survived, and even made strengths, and talents, out of the deprivations she had endured. From the beginning of Emily's life she is separated from those she needed most, and the mother's guilt tears at the seams of a dress barely wrinkled. Emily was only eight months old when her father left her and her mother. He found it easier to leave than to face the responsibilities of his family's needs.
Its existence shows how far people are willing to go to have it all. Because women can now work and raise their child at the same time, they are better able to perform the intricate balancing act of mother and worker without a husband. It also shows how far along we, as a country, have come in our thoughts on women and child care. Many women who are now bringing their children to work with them had mothers that quit working to raise their childr... ... middle of paper ... ...al lag that existed in our country. More than ever people want “the good life” and are willing to work for it, but they also wanted to raise their own children.
A mother is the first touch, voice and sight a baby has when he or she is born. They rely on their mother to provide them with a safe environment, food and comfort. Being a mother comes with great responsibility and a life long job that the work gets harder every day. Although I myself am not a mother, I have seen this job played out from my own mother who provides her children with a great life. Some mothers are not ready for this job, yet selfishly still choose to keep their children because they are too proud to allow someone else provide their baby with the life they deserve.
Her family was busy for working in order to survive their family, and taking care her rest of the siblings. But as far she remembered, she was never considered in their mind how to teach her and give her knowledge as other general people. At that time, she broke frequently and found herself only the burden to the earth. But her courage and willingness kept her moving and her parent realized the hidden knowledge with her one da. Even she couldn’t express her feeling by speaking, she has a great power of communication by writing.
In modern society, take one of my aunt as example, she was never married after her father because she hoped to have whole vigor to take after her son’s life. Other relatives said that she could not be remarried because she was not virtue if married again. I think that the demand of women’s virtue ... ... middle of paper ... ...pport.” Cai realized that only women can strength and learn how to write, they could help with the family affairs. Today, many women go to the school because they want to accept the education and being independent without rely on their husbands or sons. Even though, without with their husbands, they still could live well.
Mothers always tend to want the best for their children so that their kids do not struggle in life and become dependent on their parents. Rose Mary Walls from “The Glass Castle” by Jeannette Walls acts like the complete opposite from mothers who want the best for their kids. Rose Mary goes through her own struggles throughout the book but she decides to create wrong choices by not working when her children need her the most. Each of her four children are brilliant in their own ways especially Jeannette and Lori who find their way out of Welches and head to New York followed then by Brian. The three of them became successful on their own but their mom did help them in a different way when compared to other mothers.
Soon she started making decent money byt she did not wanted to settle for anything, she wanted to continue to move forward to a higher level. she completed her computer course to get the eligiblility to work in US. She went to US leavinh her family and daughters in a missionary hostel. It was not at all easy decision for jyoti but she had to make scarifies in order to move foreward. In beginning it was very difficult for jyoti to settle down she had to work in gas station, vedio shop, worked as nanny in order to survive.
There was an article entitled why woman can’t have it all, and our readings that stated women struggle to both work and be a great mom. Kim is fortunate, being able to continue her job while working from home, so she is there to experience being a full time mom, but Kim also gets to work and make her own money as well. Kim’s family is a traditional family in a sense, with Aden’s father going to work daily away from the house, and his mom being home with him, but my aunt is working from home as well. Kim will be the first to tell you it is not easy being a great wife, mom, employee and keeping up the house chores, but she will also be the first to tell you how rewarding it is for her to balance all her hats. Comparing Kim to what we learned in class, she has many similarities and differences to our lectures.
Most parents want the best for their children: financially, emotionally, and physically. However, sometimes there are external barriers that prevent full growth in these areas. These are the limitations that no parent feels comfortable speaking about because all they do is bring back memories of attempted success, yet never quite reached. In Tillie Olsen’s narration, I Stand Here Ironing there is a mother who is concerned for her daughter, Emily after a full nineteen years have passed. She begins to remember what her socioeconomic standings represented through the eyes of Emily, who is only now like a blossomed flower.
When I was younger I knew my mother was happy, or so I thought since she never really showed much emotion, however, I do know when my mom divorced my father she began to struggle trying to handle two children on her own and trying to get a job that pays well with no college degree and not to mention her lack in work experiences due to the fact she did not have much from being a housewife. However, I did realize my mother became a much more happy person when she decided to go to college and get a degree and make a better living not only for herself, but also for my sister and I. Until this day I have realized I never thanked or told her how proud I was for her in going the extra mile in order to make a better