women rights

Saj qureshi
Posted August 16, 2020

i came from Pakistan. my husband live in USA. I got married and came here in 2018. in starting days i just spend whole day dish washing and just cooking and cleaning home. but it was my wish to get education. My husband not allow me to get education. its our eastern  countries male mentality. they do not want to see their women spend independent life. Mostly in our society male is a dominant partner who may try to control women. when I said to my husband I want to get education. he refused to support me.

but its my personal effort I enrolled in Atlanta Technical College. i passed my two semester with 3.40 GPA. its my 3rd semester ,yes I am again facing problem because I did not submit college dues yet. but I believe where there is will there is way.

One day I  will get success and that day my all dreams come true.

This story was submitted in response to Human Rights for All.

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Jill Langhus
Aug 17
Aug 17

Hello Saji,

Welcome to World Pulse! How are you?

Thanks for sharing your vulnerable post. Yes, this seems to be a common, recurring theme. At least for now, anyway:-) I think the tides will eventually change, hopefully sooner rather than later.

I'm proud of you for persevering and obtaining your education. I also believe where there is a will, there is a way. What are your goals, and dreams, dear? We want to hear them!

Hang in there. Let us know how we can help. Looking forward to seeing more posts from you!

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Saj qureshi
Aug 17
Aug 17

I want to complete my graduation .then I will search job.and also continue my studies. I WILL DO masters and then PHD. Yes I need just my financial and moral support from you guys.

Jill Langhus
Aug 17
Aug 17

What are you specializing in, dear? Well, it's great to hear you have big dreams, and goals:-) You will get there.

Good luck! We're here for you!

Saj qureshi
Aug 17
Aug 17

I want to be computer program manager. So I wanna complete my graduation in computer science.

Saj qureshi
Aug 17
Aug 17

Thanks for your moral support

Jill Langhus
Aug 18
Aug 18

Oh, great! Thanks for clarifying.

You're welcome, dear.

Basharat Hussain
Aug 29
Aug 29

Main issue of Pakistani youth

https://youtu.be/eUcWISsdeCg

Nini Mappo
Aug 17
Aug 17

Hello Saji,
Welcome to World Pulse! I feel so proud of you for going ahead to get an education even when your husband did not support you. Your courage and resilience will take you far and I hope that you will find the means to finish your education.
It is challenging when you go to a different country and you don't have much support but you are determined and I pray that you succeed. I look forward to hearing how your journey continues.

All the best Saji :)

Glory Zoe
Aug 17
Aug 17

Let no man kill your dream. Being a perfect wife or mother equally necessitate education. Education is the best gift anyone could give to anyone. From your GP it shows you are very intelligent, I will advice you study hard and be of your best positive behavior, and don't forget after school you are to go back to your community as a role model for girls education.

Saj qureshi
Aug 17
Aug 17

Thanks for encouraging me. I am searching part time job to pay my college dues. But due to Covid 19 I did not get success. Just pray for ne
Regards

Saj qureshi
Aug 17
Aug 17

Thanks for encouraging me. I am searching part time job to pay my college dues. But due to Covid 19 I did not get success. Just pray for ne
Regards

Andrace
Aug 17
Aug 17

Yes... one day! Keep hope alive, Saji. Never give up on your dreams. Winners never quit.
It is true that many spouses do not support their partners as they feel threatened by the woman's exposure. While a few actually celebrate their spouses, others castigate them directly or indirectly.

Congratulations! You are so strong and brilliant. Your CGPA of 3.40 should always make you proud. Yes, there would be a way for you to pay your College dues.

Keep up your positive spirit, dear Sis.

Love and Hugs.

Saj qureshi
Aug 17
Aug 17

Thanks a lot

Hello, Saji,

Welcome to World Pulse! I'm happy that more Pakistanis are joining our global community.

Congratulations, dear sister, for pursuing your education! I'm proud of you for dreaming big. You can do it! Let your husband see you deserve the education you want. It's your right.

Please keep on writing. We love to know more about you.

Welcome again to our growing sisterhood!

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Saj qureshi
Aug 18
Aug 18

thanx sister

You’re welcome!

Basharat Hussain
Aug 29
Aug 29

Pakistani youth main issue
https://youtu.be/eUcWISsdeCg