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The Changing World of Women As a daughter living in a strict environment and living in a traditional ways things get a little rough My father is center of the household so basically everything he says goes In the western world its usually the other way around its usually both the parents that have a say in things In my societyMuslim society my mother has a say in nothing unless my father asks My mother is an excellent mother but she mustnt say anything or it would be considered not being a good wife As I get older I am always dreading the day I am asked to be married I know times have changed but I have a major dilemma Am I going to marry or continue my education The problem is I like working with medicine and I want to further my education by going to college But that requires a minimum of six years university attendance and if I want more degrees that another five years Most of my medical friends that are females married and had children while they were studying in college I dont want that to be me I want to actually finish something I start My father isnt exactly helping me with the situation He hates the fact that I want to work In his case women are not supposed to work unnecessarily if their husbands can provide for themor their fathers can provide for them if their not married but in a place like Saudi Arabia where men and women dont mix at work working just enhances the mind and makes one wiser to the ways of the world In my mothers opinion women become better companions to their husbands who should be more understanding and supportive I feel that instead of being selfish we can work out ways that help us be good mothers wives and also continue with our needs of
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