“My marriage is not up to 2 years and my husband beats me whenever he’s angry” – Young Nigerian woman cries out
A young Nigerian woman, identified as Uju Perpetual, has cried out online about being abused by her husband.
The woman who took to Facebook to share her predicament claimed she’s facing domestic abuse barely two years into her marriage.
According to Uju, her husband assaults her at the slightest provocation.
She said she wants to leave the marriage but is unsure if she’s making the right choice.
“My marriage is not up to 2 years, and my husband beats me whenever he gets angry. Any slight misunderstanding he barks at me and even beats me. And I want to quit the marriage, don’t know if am making the right choice?” she wrote on a Facebook group on Thursday, February 23.
Meanwhile, popular clergyman, Kingsley Okonkwo has taken to his Twitter handle to pose an intriguing query about infidelity in relationships and marriages.
Pastor Okonkwo, who is well known for his teachings on marriage and relationships pointed out that when cheating occurs, a number of factors should be taken into account, including whether the parties involved are married or just dating, whether the cheat in question was caught or confessed, and whether they are ready to change or are defensive.
According to him, infidelity of any kind (texts, emotional or actual intercourse) requires infidelity recovery counseling.
“Please should a cheating partner be forgiven and taken back?
Depends = * Are you married or relationship * Was he/she caught or they opened up * Are they ready to change or defensive.
Most people make the mistake of apologizing, forgiving and moving on after infidelity
Infidelity of any kind (texts, emotional or actual intercourse) requires infidelity recovery counseling
The relationship/marriage, the offender and the offended all will need healing or else further damage will be done”