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Build self-awareness and learn to recognise the telltale signs of domestic abuse through a specially curated line-up of insightful articles written by victims, survivors and their loved ones.
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Go To Hell!
Stupid. Good for nothing. Ugly b****h. These words were thrown at me so often that I began to believe them. I know that I’m not an educated person. But does that mean that he can treat me like an animal?
I stopped school at the age of 16. I was doing my ‘N’ level then. The reason I left school was because I’m pregnant. Mak (mother) forced me to marry Joe. He must
Whenever Mom brought home her new boyfriend, I would lock myself up in the room. I didn’t like it. I didn’t like the fact that Mom was dating multiple men. Not that it’s wrong, but I found it creepy that the men would look at me in a certain way. I was 14 then. But I didn’t feel safe in
front of Mom’s boyfriends.
One day, my worst fear came true. Mom w
Time To Move On
“If you love me, you will forgive me,” Raj said to me.
Raj was my boyfriend for 3 years. We started dating when we were in Secondary 4. Raj was in National Service now and I was working in a fast-food chain. We would meet whenever he booked out of camp.
I used to love Raj a lot. He was caring towards me and would buy me sweet gifts every now and then. But he was a poss
‘Heaven’ Is Hell For Me
I am not a perfect wife. I try to be one. I learnt to cook, I looked after our children, I catered to his every need. But still, I’m not good enough. My former husband – let’s just call him Zack – was unforgiving. He would pick every single fault of mine and he would belittle me as his wife. The sad thing is, I believed him. I believed that I am useless, that I must be a better wife. Bu
You Can Stay With Us, Dad
Father had dementia. It is not easy looking after him. I am at the height of my career and am often busy. So, I leave it to my younger brother to look after Dad. I wanted Dad to live with me, but it was not possible. I have a big family – 5 children – and there is no spare room for all of us in the family. Besides, Dad refused to move out of his house. He had sentimental value. That house i
Most people think that only women are victims of domestic abuse. That is not true. Men can be victims too. I am one of them.
Sarah was my wife of 3 years. We met in a club where she was working as a hostess. I was smitten by her charming smile. We soon hit it off and I was deeply in love with her. Within 6 months of knowing her, I proposed. We got married in June 2005.
Sarah had a