Men marry women with the hope they will never change. Women marry men with the hope they will change. Invariably they are both disappointed.— Albert Einstein
Jittery Married Women quotations
I have learned that a woman can be a fighter, a freedom fighter, a political activist, and that she can fall in love, and be loved, she can be married, have children, be a mother... Revolution must mean life also; every aspect of life.
Do not bring people in your life who weigh you down.
And trust your instincts ... good relationships feel good. They feel right. They don't hurt. They're not painful. That's not just with somebody you want to marry, but it's with the friends that you choose. It's with the people you surround yourselves with.
Nikah is a contract that transfers responsibilities.
Therefore know the man you're thinking of marrying, and be sure that he is able to take care of you, more than your dad did. Islam empowers women with honor and dignity. Don't settle for anything less.
Many sisters complain that people don't want to marry them unless they stop wearing hijab. No man is worth your hijab, and a real man wouldn't request you to take it off in the first place.
Indian men are still used to the traditional role given to women;
they want intelligent girls for company but not to marry... they have yet to taste and relish the company of mature women.
Nothing-was more degrading than for a woman to have to marry for a home.
Love should be the sole reason. Surely those with a brain-to think, eyes to see and a mind-to reason must realise that the capitalist system must cease and a co-operative system prevail in its place.
From woman, man is born; within woman, man is conceived; to woman he is engaged and married. Woman becomes his friend; through woman, the future generations come. When his woman dies, he seeks another woman; to woman he is bound. So why call her bad? From her, kings are born. From woman, woman is born; without woman, there would be no one at all.
The rule seemed to be that a great woman must either die unwed .
.. or find a still greater man to marry her. ... The great man, on the other hand, could marry where he liked, not being restricted to great women; indeed, it was often found sweet and commendable in him to choose a woman of no sort of greatness at all.
Women marry men hoping they will change. Men marry women hoping they will not.
Women now have choices. They can be married, not married, have a job, not have a job, be married with children, unmarried with children. Men have the same choice we've always had: work, or prison.
There is no slave, after all, like a wife.
..Poor women, poor slaves All married women, all children and girls who live in their father's house are slaves.
Remember, it's as easy to marry a rich woman as a poor woman.
A wedding is for daughters and fathers.
The mothers all dress up, trying to look like young women. But a wedding is for a father and daughter. They stop being married to each other on that day.
When women hold off from marrying men, we call it independence.
When men hold off from marrying women, we call it fear of commitment.
There's something luxurious about having a girl light your cigarette.
In fact, I got married once on account of that.
It took great courage to ask a beautiful young woman to marry me.
Believe me, it is easier to play the whole Petrushka on the piano.
As a married woman, I know perfectly well what six or eight inches looks like, so it's easy to make a good estimate. This mental measurement makes planting time much more interesting than it might be otherwise.
American women are so fortunate. When I got married, all I wanted in the world was a dryer so I didn't have to hang up my diapers. And now women have paper diapers and all sorts of conveniences in the home. And it is the man and the technology that has made the home such a pleasant place for women to be.
I am absolutely comfortable with the fact that men marrying men, women marrying women, and heterosexual men and women marrying another are entitled to the same exact rights, all the civil rights, all the civil liberties. And quite frankly, I don't see much of a distinction beyond that.
Mothers and unmarried women and married women, they're all welcomed in the Trump White House, and he's made that very clear to me.
It's hard making a woman your wife when you've been humpin married women for most of your life
It's a rare man who can stand being around an intelligent woman, let alone married to her.
Men marry because they are tired; women, because they are curious; both are disappointed.
The trouble with some women is that they get all excited about nothing - and then marry him.
[The married woman is] is a bonded slave, who takes her master's name, her master's bread, and serves her master's passion; [and] who passes through the ordeal of pregnancy and the throes of travail at his dictation.
Women won't let me stay single and I won't let me stay married.
Whenever I see an unmarried woman carrying a child, my first response is one of respect. I know she could have taken the quick fix without anyone knowing, but she chose instead to let an innocent child live.
At another house two women learned very fast;
I say women, but one was a girl about twelve or thirteen, already married, however. There was a little child about three years old. My sister asked, 'Who is the True God's Son?' The little thing replied, in a very sweet voice, 'Jesus.'
Bachelors know more about women than married men; if they didn't, they'd be married too.
It is a mistake for a taciturn, serious-minded woman to marry a jovial man, but not for a serious-minded man to marry a lighthearted woman.
I think that men know how to romance a woman and most do it well, at least for a time, otherwise women wouldn't marry them. The problem is that most of them begin to rest on their laurels.
There is little reason left for society to respect women as it once did.
Women get knocked up. They don't marry. They have abortions. They go to bars. They get knocked up again.
No matter how successful I become as a playwright, my mother would be thrilled to hear me tell her that I'd just lost twenty pounds, gotten married and become a lawyer.
. . . black women . . . are trained from childhood to become workers, and expect to be financially self-supporting for most of their lives. They know they will have to work, whether they are married or single; work to them, unlike to white women, is not a liberating goal, but rather an imposed lifelong necessity.