The fate of children in abusive marriage … -Nigerian

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CHILDREN OF ABYPTING PARENTS ARISE BROKEN AS GOOD



Hello Stella,


I am angry when I hear of women who are afraid of leaving their abusive marriages, and they say it's up to their children. They need to be enlightened. There are plenty of mental illnesses related to children who grew up in such an environment. (I am sure that someday mental health contributions will be reported in HIM.)

Staying in such a violent environment harms children more. There is a simple solution. Leaving! Together with your children. Take her away from there as fast as you can.

In Nigeria, the law is always on the side of women when it comes to children in a home with clear references to domestic violence. I do not say that as a lawyer, I say that as a man who witnessed his parents' divorce first hand over ten years ago.

First, if a child is over 12 years old, they can testify in public court and decide which of their parents they want to live with. If one of the parents is actually abusive, it is not witchcraft to figure out who the child would choose.


If the child is younger than 12, it has no such capacity, but the court is always reluctant to separate a child, especially at this age, from his mother.
Because of these circumstances, my mother had full custody of my siblings and me.

Did I hear someone whispering from where she would start? … Hmmmm …..
When my mother left her abusive marriage, she had nothing but the clothes on her back. No degree, no job, but she took us. We all 5!


We jumped from one family house to another, to church and family friends, until everything got better. Life was really hard, I have to say, Hmmm All Glory to God, how far we have come. I can tell you that each one of us is a strong force in our different careers.


I am grateful to God every day that my mother left him. If not, she would have been dead. If she left us alone, God alone knows what we would have become.

So please do not stay with any woman who has doubts because of your children.
Leave it.
Go with them


And if you are a strong woman, as I believe in God, one day you will be thankful.


Domestic violence (and I'm not talking about couple arguments that happen occasionally, I mean, actually, life-threatening brutal violence) is more confusing a child's mind than anything you can imagine.


I believe that children who have experienced this can report their pain. Many of them live with PTSD
I just hope and pray that no one ever has to go through this.
The victim of domestic violence is not only the person with whom such an act is committed, but also the children.

Godd bless you.

* Children witnessing domestic violence also become victims, and some end up as abusers because they think this is normal.

Thank you for sharing this document !!!

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