Women in the past where strong, they really could do anything and raise children too. Kill the bacon and fry it up in the pan and keep a family together. Do laundry by hand. Cook 3 meals a day from scratch. Show love and be productive in any way that needed it.
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My lovely late mother was the strongest woman I know,she lost her mother at the age of 6 yrs of age, she lost 3 children at a young age, and worked 2 jobs, in the sixtiyes, to pay for 2 weddings in 13 months, my sister and myself, and lost my father when she was in her fifties, who she loved with all her heart,and she always kept in touch her dignity, and pride, and instilled wonderful things in us regarding life, and how to treat people, and always said to us, always be your own best friend. I see a strong woman. My three daughters. All have gone through hardships and came out stronger. Sad that my middle daughter isn’t here to read this but she fought a battle with brain cancer for over 9 years and her mantra was always “today is a good day”. And my youngest daughter stayed exceptionally strong after losing a child to cancer. We are strong women in this family. In today’s society, I think any women that can work outside the home, full-time or part-time, raise children to be loving and productive children, keep a household going and maintain a strong marriage is a strong woman.
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We are retired now…and my husband has always given me 100% credit for doing all that I did. I look back and think to myself like many others. How did I do all that? After we retired. I decided to help my daughter with her young family, and I know my daughter and son-in-law appreciate everything we do. My grandma he raised 4 kids after my grandpa run away and after that she reised me and my brother she was a rural teacher at a elementary school in Mexico with barely anything to work with she was in love with her job I really admire her for being so strong for women right’s in those years the 60ths Rosa Mata Jimenez M. All my love and admiration to you