Touching Letter from a Divorced Mother.

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I am writing to you in order to make someone understand that it's good to appreciate our partners despite their flaws.

I am 32 years of age.
My ex husband and I dated for 6 years.
We where best of friends.
I waited until he completed college and started work.
My family and his family then met.
We got married and had a son. (7 years old now).
My husband was short tempered at times but our problems started when I wanted to make him feel he couldn't control me.
Every time we argued, I would pack my bags, go to my family and explain.
My sisters would phone my husband and shout at him.
If he was controlling me I would always dare him that if he wished, he could divorce me.
I never wanted divorce.
I just had pride and I never wanted to look like a loose woman in his eyes.

One day I pushed him so hard that for the first time he beat me and locked me outside.
I went to my family, my family took him to the police, every time I looked like I was being abused!
But to be honest, I used to abuse my husband emotionally.
He was arrested and detained.
I was asked by his family to withdraw the case.
I felt that what I was doing was wrong.
My husband was never a violent man, he did what he did because I pushed him to the wall of which he openly knelt down and apologized.

I withdrew the charge, and we reconciled.
After three months, I packed my bags after a small issue and he remained alone.
After two days, I
received a call that he was in the hospital.
My family told me that I shouldn't go there because it would look like I was begging him and my sisters believed he was feigning the illness.
All this time, people felt sorry for me like I was the one being abused.

He spent a week in the hospital, after he came out, I just received a divorce summon.
I wanted to say no to divorce, but because I felt this. pride, I wanted him to change his mind and beg me.
I called him and said he would get the divorce because I lived like I was
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#2
Serve her right! Great lesson for women to learn from
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#3
(25-08-2017, 02:24 PM)kadosha Wrote: Serve her right! Great lesson for women to learn from
Exactly! Women tend to get carried away at the affairs of the family especially between her father's house and husband's house.
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Are you married?
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#4
this is a shooooooo 😑😠😢
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#5
Never give up your respect to a woman or you become disrespected
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#6
Great lesson for women, I believe that the women will always be regretting being stubborn in Her marriage.
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(28-08-2017, 09:00 AM)Obotesco Wrote: Great lesson for women, I believe that the women will always be regretting being stubborn in Her marriage.
Especially those that take their fathers home as the basis of rating and as a mark of controlling their home.
Welcome to GoBiafra Forum, happy to have you here. Please be free to openly participate.
Thanks.
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#8
Hope women are reading and learning
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#9
kukuku serves her right
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#10
All @Ojukwu 's wife on this forum should come and learn ooo @Charytea @Ada_Nduka
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(30-10-2017, 04:35 PM)Omaa Wrote: All @Ojukwu 's wife on this forum should come and learn ooo @Charytea @Ada_Nduka

hnmm
bet i yam noh lyk that nah...... I'm a very good gal
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