Break-up & Loss

Your Abusive Husband will Never Change

A victim of domestic violence, Inderjit Kaur fought cases for the safety of her sons and to heal her bruised soul
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Married at the age of 22 in 1992, and now a mother of two lovely sons, as a woman I was always taught to be an obedient wife and daughter-in-law. Over the years, I learnt that to be this ideal woman, would mean accepting being humiliated by my in-laws, abused physically and mentally by my husband and endure bruises, pain and sacrifice in a marriage for over two decades.

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I loved him dearly, my husband who was in the merchant navy and would be home only for six months in a year. After our marriage, when he left for his trip, I was expected to single handedly take care of all household chores and was insulted at the slightest fault on my part. A five-minute delay in breakfast or in folding dried clothes was met with insults from my in-laws.

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  1. Hey I truly salute you for being a brave woman. In my eyes you are a lioness and I’m sure that your children are going to value your sufferings so much that you’ll forget the your tears that you shed during your marriage which actually was a nightmare more than just a marriage. Your good days have begin..Enjoy your life…n god is seeing the sins of your in-laws. They have to pay for it.

  2. Women should come out from this idea that “Marriages are made in heaven” and it’s predestined . Where marriage life is a mishap who should get rid of it and fight against the situation . Every person has right to live a better life .

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