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July 01, 2010


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What happens in situations where the individual's long term goals and her well-being seem to conflict?

So if A has a friend B who wants to give up her career and be a homemaker.

It appears to be the sort of life that B would choose. But it is a choice made because of social conditioning and social pressure, and one that would have a negative effect on B's independence.

On the other hand, unlike A, B would prefer a husband over a career.

What role can A play as a sympathetic spectator?

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