During a passionate conversation with host Nida Yasir on the TV show Good Morning Pakistan, veteran Pakistani performer Rubina Ashraf gave newlywed girls advice on how to lead successful married lives, highlighting the significance of the early stages of a relationship.
“There are four [primary] responsibilities,” stated Ashraf: your spouse, your child, your in-laws, and your home. They are all four time-consuming chores. I advise every girl that the first ten years of marriage are an investment, even though they seem like a long time, but they really go by fast.
“If you invest them right, then you can count on the fruits [of a well-nurtured marriage],” the actor emphasized. In addition, Ashraf discussed the important topic of childrearing and how moms experience many life stages in tandem with their offspring.
As Ashraf noted, “you see where you went wrong when these stages pass and you look back on them,” highlighting the significance of reflexivity. She went on to describe her experiences as a working mother who had to balance her acting career with her parental responsibilities, saying, “I was doing my best like any mother.”
The performer said, “Now I feel I should have been a little relaxed,” revealing that her mother had been a rigorous disciplinarian. “You must change into new clothes when the time comes. Rubina recalled, “If you’re misbehaving in the car, I’ll stop driving, open the door, and tell my child to walk.”
“I was that kind of strict when I needed to be,” she continued. The actress also argued that becoming a mother is an ongoing process in which you constantly learn new things. “I was a confident mother. while attempting to accomplish certain goals and picking up knowledge from others.