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Sunday, May 08, 2022

Domestic Violence Story And How The Victim Passed On...

 I never Miss an opportunity to post a Domestic Violence story because I need you to leave if this is your portion right now......LEAVE; RUN!!!






29 comments:

  1. I hate toxic relationship let alone marriage....


    Leave to live or live to leave.

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    1. I'm happy i left when i did, can't trade the peace I have now for anything in the world.
      My only regret is not leaving earlier than i did. 3 weeks ago I took that bold step and i have never be happier.

      If you're in an abusive relationship/marriage,please leave while you can .

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    2. @surrogate mother big hug. I wish my friend had the same courage.

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  2. My guy needs a brain reset.
    The way his wife insult and cajole him is pathetic.
    But after advising him on what to do, he will do another thing.
    How can he marry a lady who she, her siblings and mother beat and insult their father, without seeing anything wrong in it, to the extent her father ran out of his matrimonial home and refused to return home, and he(my friend) expect his wife to be a good wife.

    She even told my guy that what her mother did to her father will be small compared to what she will do to him and this my guy has refused to have sense.
    I will not advise him again, because each time he run to me for advice, after advising him, he will go home and do another thing after giving excuses for his wife.

    People in abusive marriage/relationship hardly leave.

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    1. Your friend should go and join his father in-law in his hide out.

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    2. They beat their own father and he sees nothing wrong in it. That man nor well at all.
      Similar thing I read on SP this morning of how one woman slapped her mum in-law and her husband went and brought her back simply because he has sacrificed a lot for her, SMH.
      Nobody would dare try that with my parents. Anyway, “they” know who they can do that to.

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    3. Hope they have not used juju to tie your friend. Does he have a living mother ?

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    4. B&R, his mother is late.

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    5. @sluttychic if it's the mother inlaw that slap & beat the wife?

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  3. Even with the loss of one eye, she still stayed back. What was she thinking?
    Some people have made up their minds to remain in such abusive marriages no matter what.
    Life is too sweet to suffer in this manner.

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  4. Please leave now if you are in that situation

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  5. Truthfully I’m really indifferent about DV victims, almost like I don’t care sef, because if you don’t love yourself enough to leave such a situation, then I don’t know why I should🤷‍♀️

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    1. You are right. I don't feel sorry for them either.

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  6. Can't deal, even with one eye she stayed 🙄 and now death,,she asked for it..if someone can take one of your eyes ,taking your life will not be difficult for him..

    They will never listen to advice..

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  7. As I am, I am not advising anyone in a toxic relationship. When they are tired, they would leave. No be person go tell dem.

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  8. I so much love myself that I won't take rubish from any man for a day. I cannot trade my peace for any thing.

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  9. I have this friend, in fact we were all friends from uni, they got married and I don't know where things went wrong, but the marriage became so bad in less than two years, physically emotionally and all, she will tell me all about it, and me knowing fully well that you don't jump into husband and wife matter with two legs and also coupled with the fact that they were both friends, I tried not to speak directly, hoping they will catch a hint, she especially because he was beating her, one day she showed up at my house at almost midnight with her son who was barely three, they had one of their nasty fight and he threatened to stab her with a knife. That was the day I opened my mouth and told her plain to leave him, she was the sole earned in the family, he hasn't been so lucky with steady job so he does gigs which are not consistent. After that fight she went back to him, and all of a sudden they both cut me off kinda, and started giving me the cold shoulders.
    The next time I saw her, she was heavily pregnant, she gave birth to her second and her third, after her third she called me to apologize for the way she treated me and wants things to go back the way it was, even came with her husband and they both apologized, but inside of me I've swore not to put mouth if either of them should come with their tales of woes.
    As expected she started with the lament, how he beats her, cheat on her, does not contribute to anything, she pays over 600k for the kids tuition and so on and so on, me all I keep saying is "it's well" at a point she was like is that all you have to say and i still reply with "it's well". For my mind, no be me go tell you say jesus is coming again....
    Fast forward to after Osimachi's death, I got a call from her husband asking me if I knew where she was, I was like what do you mean? He said she left him and took the kids with her. Even i was surprised because she never mentioned it to me and honestly I never thought she had it in her. I guess osinachi's death spooked her to reality, well I called her and made sure she was OK, she assured me she and the kids were fine, that was all I needed to hear, that God she got the courage to leave, I don't know if she will go back to him, but at least now he knows that she can break free from him, because she was so in love with that kind, they were like two peas in a pod, I really don't know how things got this bad between them.
    I hope any woman, going through DV find the courage to up and Japanese, because sometimes it's not like they don't want to, but their courage fail them and doubt and uncertainty pin them down

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    1. eh eh, so this japa japa you people have been saying all the time is short for Japanese? I didn't know oh. wonderful.

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    2. @14:53 & 16:42
      🤣

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    3. Japa is Yoruba for running like you wan die. I think autocorrect went ahead of itself here😄

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    4. Autocorrect in action… She meant Japa.

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  10. Our society is not friendly with divorced and baby mamas. Same people asking you to leave will be the same people that will carry your matter like gala and mock you. Some female friends will avoid you as not being tagged friends with a divorced woman.
    You can take shit while married and the society still respect you, immediately you put the title divorced people see you as an incomplete woman.
    Take it or leave it..If you stay in a domestic violent marriage, you will never live a happy life. You age quickly and raise children who might be unhappy throughout life.
    God gave us mouth to talk. Let them say what ever they like.
    Leave to live.

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    1. Nigerian society disrespect single adult persons, not only female divorcees or single mother.

      Married men being fully catered for by their wives poke fun at single men and women.

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  11. I swear o.... Zaram. No be lie

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