Six Word Story #34

Secrets hidden are revealed. Torn apart.

Published by Rita

I am a single mother, a Christian, a writer, an abuse survivor, a reader, and a friend. I've wanted to be a writer my entire life and now here I am!

6 thoughts on “Six Word Story #34

      1. Definitely praying for them. Not everyone is lucky enough to be able to leave and not everyone has the means to unfortunately.


      2. Exactly. It’s said that it takes 8 times to leave an abuser. I know that was true for me. I guess some figure better the devil you know than the unknown…sad. There are so many resources out there! It makes me sad when I see it happen like that. She protects him. Why? Is it because she thinks it’s only her who understands him? Is it because she is trying to protect him from all the bullies and bad things that have happened in his life? What she can’t see when she’s in it, is that nothing gives him the excuse to put his hands on her! I don’t care if you’ve been bullied your whole life! I don’t care if life has been hard on you! I don’t care about whatever you think has been unfair! Tough! Stop whining and woman up! Don’t take it out on another human being! That’s just cowardly! Get help! Stop perpetuating the problem by teaching your children that it’s ok!

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      3. I totally agree. Nothing makes it okay for your partner to abuse you. There is no excuse for that. Unfortunately, I think it’s a bit like Stockholm Syndrome where the victim believes they truly love the abuser.


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