Women: Courage and Faith

As I was randomly scrolling down my facebook account the other night, I bumped into this Video of Emma Murphy. She was abused by her Husband and Apparently cheated on her not once, but Twice. I am not writing this article to rant about her situation or to talk about what if’s and not’s, I decided to turn up this whole idea because I am a Woman, there’s women around the world who have daughters, nieces, and the issue and casesΒ of Violence on Women and Children is Spreading like crazy!

When we say Violence, it talks about physical and emotional abuse. Does women deserve this? why does men keeps on doing it to some women? if they aren’t happy with the way the relationship goes,Β why can’t they just leave? there are lots of questions in my mind roaming around, and I still keep on looking for answers but it seems like I can’t find any. Sometimes, I want to sit down and talk to the men who abused there women and just ask them why to answer the questions I have inside me, but it will never happen.

I feel bad knowing that also in a situation like Emma’s, it is not her that is just being hurt, they have kids, she have kids, a one-year-old kid may never understand but she/he can still see. do you know how it feels like to see your kid looking at you while your husband is hitting you? its worth a lot of Pain. if the Marriage is the first issue in the first place, why can’t just try to fix it? does sleeping with other women makes everything okay? if not, then why do you keep on doing it? you can’t have everything in life. the greediness and the selfishness of a person gives him the reason to make himself feel capable of doing anything, which is not what it should be.

Women are not weak. Women are not just a thing that you can use whenever you want. We have feelings, there will always be a woman behind every man, whether its your common law, your wife, your mother, your aunt or your grandma. Women are meant to be loved, so if you as a Man can’t do that, ask a kid, maybe they know better than you.

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