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Category Archives: Survivor Story
This is not a survivor story. Surviving an ordeal entails more than the constant struggle to get through it. A survivor is a former victim who breaks free of abuse and brings about a positive change to his/her life. This … Continue reading
She just wanted to be loved. Her parents had been too busy with their lives to really spend time with her. Added to that, there were a series of caretakers for the house and for the children. Of course, the … Continue reading
There are a few questions that come to my mind when I think of violence against women. Please don’t get me wrong. I am not justifying violence in any form, but I feel that it is very difficult to define … Continue reading
“Oh my God! Why are you eating like this? People in this restaurant are sophisticated! You are so dumb! You don’t know how to conduct yourself in front of these sophisticated people!” “You can’t do anything properly. You are very … Continue reading
They say that broken glass can’t be mended. They are right. I got married at a very early age – to the guy I loved, and my parents liked. He was everything that I had ever wanted. A perfect friend, … Continue reading
“For two years, I worked everyday from 5 am to 10 pm, cooking, cleaning and taking care of the children. I was hit on several occasions with a cricket bat, my hands were pierced with scissors, I was even burnt … Continue reading