FULL CIRCLE ( FINAL PART )

FULL CIRCLE ( PART SEVEN)

Part seven is missing.

Yewande is having a partial memory loss and can hardly remember anything as a result of the fall from the last fight.

The following narration as told by Chi below.
Yewande has been transferred to The Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Lagos, where she is receiving treatment. She is responding well to treatment and we are hopeful and praying for a full recovery.

Chi has requested that she be transferred to Lagos so she would be able to properly take care of the twins and visit Yewande in the hospital. Her mum frequents Lagos now and sometimes stays for a month especially when Chi has to travel for work.

Iya Bishop had died from a cardiac arrest when she heard of what happened to her grandchild.

As for Oga Jay, he was charged to court for domestic violence and attempted murder and was sentenced to seven years imprisonment. He is currently serving his jail term.

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This is a very sad and emotional story. 
I wonder if things would have turned out differently had Yewande spoken out earlier than she did. I mean, five good years of enduring all that torture from her husband and she just took everything in like nothing was happening. 

After following her story through, I want to make excuses for her that she was probably praying for things to turn around. This is something most women do, especially if you live in a society where people make excuses for bad behavior and hide under the guise of "that is how marriage is". 

Personally, cheating and abuse in marriage is a deal-breaker for me and I won't even think twice before taking a step. 
Divorce is not an option but separation is advised sometimes, in order to have a rethink and allow the wise words of counsel in. This is defiantly an option and a wise thing to do. 

This is my opinion and I am also aware that not everyone will agree to this.

What is your opinion?
How much is enough for you?
What is your deal breaker in marriage or relationship?

We will be reading comments and learning.

PS: we pray Yewande has a quick and total recovery and we await her coming back to finish her story.
#Hopeful.

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Comments

  1. Well for me abuse of any kind is a deal breaker, some people say they remained because of their children, I will actually leave because of my children. If one remains in an abusive marriage and dies in it, the children whom you "stayed" for will be d most hit. My prayers are with Yewande for quick recovery. Thanks for the story, it's an eye opener.

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    1. Exactly, the children are always at the receiving end.
      We pray for a total recovery for Yewande. Thank you for following our story through.

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  2. For me physical abuse is a deal breaker. I hope Yewande pulls through to complete her story.
    Esther

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    1. Amen. Thank you for following our story through dear Esther.

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  3. Abuse in marriage is a serious deal breaker and should be treated as such. I pray and hope that Yewande will recover fully and get wiser.

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    1. Exactly, thanks for sharing your thoughts.
      Amen, we pray so too.

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