Is it a good idea to prevent people from working in the country they would like by saying they have no chance there anyway?
Maybe having an experience is what matters, even though it has the appearance of failure or doesn’t bring the expected result.
Is it good to have become a lawyer at the price of so much efforts and sacrifices (like almost not seeing my friends for 3 years) if I do not work as a lawyer afterwards?
It made me grow. This experience brought light on my values and priorities. This apparent failure allows me to give legal French classes and makes me a better person.
This so-called failure made me aware of who I really was: a woman who loves connecting with other women like sisters and a mother who is happy when she can be present to her children (and cook!).