A Single Mother Can Carry Both #Breakbias
If somebody asks you a question, " Is being a single mother better than living in an abusive relationship?" You may agree or disagree with the question because the patriarchal society in which we are living doesn\"t know the language of feminism, and to be a single mother is not considered easy for women.
Naira dealt with the same situation when she was two months pregnant. She was dragging her life in an abusive relationship in which the verbal abuse became a part and parcel of her life. She felt mentally harassed every day, and finally, came to the conclusion that she couldn\"t bear all these things anymore. Her parents didn\"t raise her to be tormented after her marriage. She was not meant for this. She had the right to get freedom. Her child also had the right to get freedom.
She knew that nobody would support her as bringing up a baby is a challenging task for a single mother. But, she decided not to give up. She could do everything possible for a better future for her child. She started a job to earn the money. After completing her daily schedule of the school, one more duty was waiting for her arrival soon at home. That duty of motherhood changed her perception to see life entirely. Those two tiny hands fill the new colors in the black and white canvas of her life. She got a new purpose and a new strength to speak up for her rights. She brought up her daughter lovingly and believed in her ability to touch the sky of her dreams. She never wanted that her daughter would suffer from the same pain from which she had undergone, and therefore gave her the same rights and freedom that a son could enjoy. In this way, motherhood gave her a new individuality.
Happy International Women\"s Day!