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Learning the Art of Letting go for Women with Abusive Partners

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People always fall in love and expect it to flourish forever but this is never the case. Some partners turn out to be very abusive of their women. Breaking up and letting go of a man you love dearly is not an easy job. However, abuse in relationships cannot be ignored as it is against the law. You must then know how to walk out of a relationship that is abusive whether it is physical or mental. The best way to let go is to give yourself a reason why the relationship must come to an end. Think of how bad you get hurt during every abuse that occurs. No matter how hard you try to cover your bruises, your friends will still find out. Convince yourself that you deserve a better treatment from a man who would appreciate instead of abusing you. Pick yourself up, dust off all the dust and start a new life all over again.

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Trip down memory lane (repost)

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I’m joining my friend, Rose’s Nostalgia meme this week. I’m sure many of you have seen these pictures already, so this is kind of recycle post, hehe. I really have no time to search for “never-seen-old-pix” here, but I don’t have the luxury to do so as my work is up to my neck. I can’t promise to visit you back, but will do so after my job is over (maybe next month).:D

As indicated by the meme’s title, old…nostalgic…these pictures showed some of the unforgettable moments in my life as a member of the fourth estate…sarap ng feeling when you landed the front page for the stories you wrote…minsan kapag sinusuwerte may award pa on the side haist…no regrets if I chose to be a stay-at-home mom…

Interview with Psychic Stargazer at the Ultra gate, Pasig City: Spirits (of stampede victims) need prayers to walk into the light and move on.
Love beyond prison walls: Social worker meets husband in prison. Now both are active preachers.
Fourteen-year-old victim of abuse tells story and slow recovery from harrowing experience.
Blind Lola misses relatives who abandoned her at the Correctional Institution for Women in Mandaluyong.
(All photographs appeared in People’s Tonight)
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See you around. 🙂