Rihana, It’s hard to be a superwoman but sometimes people around today’s women expect it. And when she goes forth and does it, instead of lauding her for the achievements, it’s considered just another unimportant frill. Even while gaining personally from her successes, it’s not given due credit. @Reesha has described it very well in her post Why Girl Career Is Always Secondary? She has articulated this frustration and double standards really well. It hurts especially when even our own parents seem not to get it! I’d like to nominate Reesha for FP for this post. I hope all of us find people in our lives that can hold us up.