common domestic violence

oloya Chrispekarton
Posted August 11, 2020 from Uganda

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Nini Mappo
Aug 11, 2020
Aug 11, 2020

Hello Oloya,
That is a vital question you ask. It is puzzling and heartbreaking to witness gender based violence.

We will keep educating our brothers and sons on the importance of upholding the dignity and safety of the women in their lives, and fight for just laws, and pray for peace, and hope.

Congratulations on your first post!

In sisterhood,

Karen Quiñones-Axalan
Aug 11, 2020
Aug 11, 2020

Hello, Oloya,

Welcome to World Pulse! I'm happy that a new voice from Uganda is rising up!

Your question is valid, dear. I ask that, too. Sometimes I think it's their pent up emotions from childhood where they weren't allowed to cry, or it's what they see from men in their culture, or it's their way of showing dominance over women (a sign og insecurity). I can't understand it, too.

I haven't known a close kin, not my father nor my uncles, who beat up his wife, though. So it's puzzling to me, too.

Please keep writing, dear. We love to get to know more about you. Hope you can connect with our sisters here.

Welcome again to our growing sisterhood!

Aug 11, 2020
Aug 11, 2020

Hello dear ,
They lack home training
And they don't value for what the have ,that's why the treat their precious wives anyhow .
I hate to see women suffering .it hurts me alot .,,I really wish I can help them ,May the Almighty help anyone of us going through this . Iam sending hugs and so much love to them .Thank you for sharing . You are amazing.

Busayo Obisakin
Aug 12, 2020
Aug 12, 2020

Hello Oloya,
You are greatly welcome to World Pulse! This is a vital question my sister, Lets hope this will stop by our continuous raising our voices against domestic violence. Continue to thrive in our amazing community