Our expert says:
I understand the dilmma you describe, Pinkies, and obviously you two will have to work out a solution that suits you both,m if this is possible --- this is where a amrriage counsellor can be valuable, as a neutral person helping you both to work on the problem as productively as possible. I think the problem you describe is far too often ignored. Whatever advances have been made in the freedom and opportunities for women in the cities, little if any of this seems to trickle back to rural villages, and I agree that it would be awful if you were to have to turn your back on all the education and advantages your parents worked so hard to get for you, and tried to take on the role of an ordinary village woman.
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