Strong Women | by Linda Brendle

What a wonderful article!

Life After Caregiving

Published in the Rains County Leader on August 2, 2016:

Rosie the Riveter For you youngsters, this is Rosie the Riveter who represented the women who worked in the factories during WWII while the men went to war.

This past week, we have seen and heard a lot about strong women. Mothers have posted about how thrilled they are that, with Hillary Clinton having been nominated for the office of President of the United States by the Democratic Party, they now have a role model of a strong woman to hold up before their daughters. While we now have the opportunity to tell our girls as well as our boys that, if you are willing to work for it, the possibilities of what you can do with your life are virtually unlimited, we should make sure that our efforts to expand their horizons are not actually having the opposite effect.

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