It was great; a little bit of work, and I could do anything I wanted. I was scared when I saw girls from our agency who have been dancing for 7-10 years. I was asking myself how they were going to live in 10-15 years. And this kind of "job" makes you look older two times faster. I had candidates, but I couldn't imagine myself with any of them.To be short I'll just say that I found somebody to make it for money.
The worst thing it changes your attitude to life, to men, to people.
Looking back at my first 5-6 months in America, I can say I was very very different.
Because it's one thing to promote your neonatal program; it's another thing to peddle it on a global platform when your record for neonatal care is poor.
Spotlight explains, birth tourism is common and legal, but Meadowlands officials are using false advertising in its "Ameri Mama" program to draw clients, and this deserves the attention of watchdogs and legislators alike.
Meadowlands' rate is 30.9 percent, down from 43 percent last year.
Upshot: The chairman of the Senate Health Committee wants to discuss truth in advertising protocols with the New Jersey Hospital Association.
I changed the "agencies" couple times and started working with the best one for me. By that time I worked only 3-4 days a week and this was enough and I was able to save some money also.
I sent some money to my family when they had some financial problems. All they care about is only money to go out and get drunk, or something worse. The only option which came to my mind was to get married.
I came to America two years ago as a student on international exchange program.