Our Honeymoon Was Hell: My Husband R*pes Me Violently (A MUST READ)

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Honeymoon Ended The Day After We Were Married There are so many fractions of life that need support and a voice. Of late a lot of violent stories have been released and it gives others a glimpse into the rampant lives of abuse in our society especially between couples who supposedly love each other. The honeymoon period ended the day after we were married, six months from when we first met. After a little argument, Dehinde grabbed me by the waist and lifted me up against the wall.

He grabbed my hands and bent them backward, breaking one of my fingers. I was in shock. I was stunned. I was in serious pains. A few hours after the incident, He broke into tears and told me how sorry he was. I loved him so much, so I believed him when he said it wouldn’t happen again. But life became hell after that. For the next two months the abuse was nonstop.

He kept me in a constant state of terror. I’m not a drinker, but he’d toss a bottle of beer in my face and say “drink”. He’d punch me in the stomach or kick me in the thigh if I didn’t. I started walking on tiptoes around him, fearful of everything I’d say and do. But it didn’t matter; the abuse continued. He dislocated my shoulder several times.

He’d lift me up by the ankles and bang my head against the floor in the living room. A part of me wanted to leave, but another part of me hesitated. Somehow I felt I was partially responsible for the abuse. If I hadn’t made a particular comment or if I had just sipped the alcohol everything would have been OK. And for the first few months he was apologetic after the beatings.

He’d say he felt very bad and that he didn’t mean to hit me so hard. He’d actually cry sometimes and show such remorse that I’d forget my own pain. He’d become romantic and sweet, and I’d fall in love with him all over again. I started to isolate myself from friends and family. I didn’t want them to know about the violence.

I put on a happy face with my two kids and tried to act like things were fine. They knew about the violence but didn’t know the severity. When my mom wanted to see me, I’d lie, saying I was busy. I didn’t want her to see my bruises. I was embarrassed. Sadly, the abuse worsened. The rapes began about two months after we were married.

I was dressing for work when he came out of the shower and asked me where I was going. He didn’t wait for my answer. He threw me on the bed, sat on my stomach, pinned my arms up beside my head and ripped off my clothes. “If you want s*x, wait until I get home tonight,” I said. “You’ll do it when I want, and how I want,” was his response. It got worse after that. He would tie me up and put foreign objects such as necks of beer bottles into my v*g*na.

Five months into the marriage I endured beating after beating. While most of the assaults were done when my children weren’t home, I was worried that they might step in and try to protect me. If they did, they might get beaten, too. I began plotting our escape, but it was difficult. He had begun making threatening comments: “You can never get far enough away from me. I will always find you. If I can’t have you, no one will.” I felt trapped.

How I left? He had disappeared for three days. I didn’t know where he was. I thought he had been in an accident. I called his phone; he would answer but not say anything. He arrived home on the third night at about 1a.m. and immediately started screaming at me that he didn’t appreciate me trying to track him down. We were in the sitting room and he grabbed the land-phone receiver and began to beat me in the face with it.

His eyes were red and flashing like I’d never seen before. I ran to the bedroom, and he was right behind me. He picked me up over his head and threw me across the room twice. I broke my tailbone in the second fall. My 6-year-old daughter woke up. She must have heard something and came to see what was happening.

She just stood there, stunned. He looked at her and got scared for some reason. He went into the bedroom and pack his things. I found my phone, fighting the pain from the broken bone, limped to the living room, I then called my father who took me away from the house. Since then I have not set my eyes on Dehinde. Please what should I do about this marriage?

  1. Anonymous Reply

    Stay dere, he will change

  2. Anonymous Reply

    Yooo! Sesi. First I thank God you still alive with our kids.
    That kind of abuse will never end till he accept that he has a problem first step. Second he should seek help. That’s when he will be oky, he was abused himself or he grew up in the abusive family. It’s inside him with huge big roots you will not abrude it yourself or himself he needs serious help.

  3. Anonymous Reply

    level for this man this man u not love u

  4. Anonymous Reply

    Do you like the beatings otherwise your kids they will end not having a mother, pull yourself together leave that marriage. He doesn’t deserve you my dear.

  5. Anonymous Reply

    pls lv dat man

  6. Anonymous Reply

    leave the house and go to your parent,then you ask God for help he is the father of you kids,but that does not mean you should stay their on till he kill’s you,when something like this happened just go to your parent and stay with you kids.by the way do you know his friends

  7. Anonymous Reply

    Divorce Is D Solution

  8. Anonymous Reply

    Divorce Is D Solution Dont Drink Alcohol Is Prohibited

  9. Anonymous Reply

    You must be the most stupid person on earth if you really don’t know what to do. Stay there and die because you love him more than your life. Another woman will only take over (the torture) from you and then your kids carries the final cross

  10. Anonymous Reply

    Plz is he a human being why do u have to stay in this marriage in name of love wise up my dear leave at once be immediately, Ur so call husband needs to be arrested when u marry somebody that’s does not mean she’s is a slave to u

  11. Anonymous Reply

    I post to advise that you may be as wise as Solomon in ur thinking, as David in praise, as Joseph in discipline, as Sarah in expectation of change but ur continuity in the marriage is an invitation to end up in destruction like Sampson.

    Pls delete ur memory from the past love he has shown to u and the crocodile tears shed, BECAUSE HE CAN BE DESCRIBED AS A WOLF CLOTHED IN A SHEEP FORM

    Although u can first of all speak to ur spiritual mentor(s) and parents about it before ur personal decision. But bear in mind that the bible does not say ‘she who changeth a husband changeth a good thing and obtaineth favour from the Lord’. So that ur destiny would not be tied to unexpected negative change like the one in Nigeria.

    In order not to be one-sided, pls also work on ur weaknesses especially if u’re the type that before a man utters one word u’re already at ten words. I SYMPATHIZE WITH YOU BUT I DON’T HAVE THE FINAL SAY.

  12. Anonymous Reply

    Just tel him to kil u..anu

  13. Anonymous Reply

    I think Dehinde got some psychological trauma. He has to recognise it, handle it and get free from it. Also, you have to be prayerful with your children and stay away from Dehinde for a while

  14. Anonymous Reply

    The guy is heartless how can he turn you into a punching bad at last he is going to kill you watch out

  15. Anonymous Reply

    my advice just stay with until you die … fool

  16. Anonymous Reply

    just forget him, and take care of ur kids

  17. Anonymous Reply

    he don’t appreciate u

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