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Author: Peter Okolie
A cry out against domestic violence.
made me so very sad I wish the world was a better place.
I read this with a teary heart. I could feel their misery and their loneliness. How sad that this still happens in today's world. Some women cannot find the courage to leave due to the facts (1) no one believes them; (2) they are made to feel guilty; (3) creating low esteem; and (4) sometimes there is nowhere to turn to.
Who would of thought this happens anywhere else outside of the USA. I read this under 10 minutes and my heart cried out to this young girl. Being a victim of rape, I was made to feel like I was the guilty party and no one would believe me. I too was a whisperer, but no more.
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