Story of a Girl works at DGPR Chief minister Office
When I was studying , I always had this ambition of achieving something great in my life, instead of just getting married and having kids. Not that there is anything wrong with that, it was just not what I wanted for myself. So, while girls around me enjoyed their youth chirping happily, I spent most of it working, I started a career in journalism. I hoped to achieve more but then came the time when everyone told me ‘Achieve whatever you want to achieve only before marriage because after marriage a girl must look into her house.’
I never enjoyed hearing that. Then when I got married to a man who came from a rural background I was really scared of not achieving what I wanted to achieve and the idea of sitting back at home and doing nothing just killed me. Luckily, my husband was an educated man. Despite everything, he made sure that I continue my career and pursue my dreams.
I remember when I was expecting my first baby, During my 5th month I sat there among an unmarried crowd taking my exams, my husband stood outside the office for seven hours and he was with me during my interview too and the day my baby was born that was the day I received confirmation about my job.
Now I am working as a government officer in DGPR Chief minister media cell as a translation officer, and I owe this to my husband big time.
It’s true if you have a supportive spouse you can achieve anything you want in your life.
Relationship is all about supporting and understanding each other at every phase of life.
Source : Humans of Kinnaird.