Lee Iacocca has aptly said – “In times of great stress or adversity, it’s always best to keep busy, to plow your anger and your energy into something positive.”
Today, the pandemic has unashamedly produced a large number of carers and mourners, with many women taking on the job of caregiver. There is a lot of talk about how important it is for women to break through glass ceilings and attain high levels of perceived success. Jyoti Kakatkar feels that women break glass ceilings every time they work hard and combine their careers and personal tragedies in a way that a male would be praised for.
Her aim is that Indian legislation will be altered to take into account the requirements of family caregivers, mental health difficulties, and mourning as awareness of healthcare and related issues grows in India. Some Indian organisations have implemented more friendly rules on the aforementioned themes, which is positive, and maybe more will follow.
While hard work can assist overcome many obstacles, it is always simpler to navigate through adversity when we have an empathic society and the law on our side.
Read Jyoti’s article here: https://www.herforum.org/post/law-of-adversity-plow-through