Domestic Violence

October 8, 2012 by Nicewriter  
Published in Women

Domestic.

Susie Brown was at home, scrubbing the floor. She knew that she HAD to make the house spotless because her husbsnd told her to. “Or else.” He had said.

Then, Susie started to clean the kitchen. She knew that the whole house was to be spotless before her husband came home.

At 6:00 her husband came home. The first word that came out of his mouth was, “Get me a beer!” “Oh I’m so sorry, I forgot.” Susie wailed.

“Well maybe I’ll have you remember.” He said as he took off his belt. Susie crouched into a corner. Then, her husband started beating her with the belt. Susie knew not to scream. She knew that it would make the abuse worse.

Layla was at home, cooking steaks for her and her husband. All of a sudden, there was a grease fire in the oven. Her husband got some baking soda and threw the baking soda on the fire. “Can’t you do anything right?” He shouted. Then, her husband smacked her in the mouth.

These are examples of Domestic abuse. Many women have abusive husbands. Some verbally abuse their wives. Others do physical abuse on their wives.

Other husbands, destroy their wives property, like CDs or stereos or even clothes.

All of this is the wrong thing for men to do that to their wives. It doesn’t solve problems and the husband is always sorry after they beat their wives and that it won’t ever happen again.

Why do women stay with their abusive husbands? Because they love them even though they get abused and are afraid to leave them. Some women think that there aren’t any men out there that will find them attractive, or loveable. Hence that is why women stay with their abusive husbands.

The best advice for one to do if their husbands abuse them is to pack their clothes and toiletries slowly and surely. Then, while your husband is at work, go to a battered women’s shelter and seek help.

Or call the police. Don’t be scared. The Police will put your man in jail, making it a perfect time to go and seek help.

This way you will be free of abuseand pain that your husband gave you.

Just do what is right for you. Leave your abusive husband. You shouldn’t have to take abuse.

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  1. Martin Kloess Says:

    Well written piece, thank you.


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