This woman is in a quandary as to which way to go.
An example of quandary is being presented with two great opportunities and not knowing which to take.
Origin of quandaryearlier quandare, probably origin, originally jocular pseudo-L ; from Classical Latin quande, variant, variety of quam, how much (see quantity) + -are, infinitive suffix
Origin of quandaryOrigin unknown.
16th century. Origin unknown; perhaps a dialectal corruption (simulating a word of Latin origin with suffix -ary) of wandreth (“evil, plight, peril, adversity, difficulty"), from Middle English wandreth, from Old Norse vandrÃ¦Ã°i (“difficulty, trouble"), from vandr (“difficult, requiring pains and care").