Am strong, don't share your weakness

Dinayen paulette
Posted November 12, 2019 from Cameroon
The man being on the right doesn't mean he is right
The man being on the right doesn't mean he is right (1/1)

Ladies who come out of failed marriages in Africa especially in Cameroon are judged by the world as irresponsible and said to be wife materials. But when its the man, he is given credit and understood. Why!!!!!!!

In the same way a man is understood so should a lady be understood. If can't understand this then, kindly don't share your weakness, because its a weakness to be gender bias. There's a reason for everything!!!

This story was submitted in response to #IStandWithHer.

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Lisbeth
Nov 12
Nov 12

Hi Dinayen,
You are welcome to world pulse and congrats in your first post. I hope you are doing very well?
Yes we are very strong and courageous.
I look forward to hearing more from you. Have a good day.
Hugs

Dinayen paulette
Nov 14
Nov 14

Thanks so much Lisbeth, am honoured. More of such will be coming up soon. Thanks once more

Lisbeth
Nov 14
Nov 14

Splendid!
Take care :-)

Dinayen paulette
Nov 14
Nov 14

You too

Sumera Reshi
Nov 13
Nov 13

People are hypocrites. The world changes color with regard to woman.

Dinayen paulette
Nov 14
Nov 14

There's nothing perfect about the world. But the world sees women as far more imperfect persons than men. I stand against that. Thanks for sharing your opinion with me. Hugs

Sumera Reshi
Nov 16
Nov 16

I agree with you dear.

Jill Langhus
Nov 13
Nov 13

Hi Paulette,

Congrats on your first post! I hear you... it's so wrong on so many levels. Have you come out of a failed marriage? It sounds like you may be talking from personal experience. I hope you aren't being judged.

I'm looking forward to seeing more stories from you and seeing what you're passionate about.

I hope you're doing safe, and well, dear.

XX

Dinayen paulette
Nov 14
Nov 14

Am not married dear Jill, but I talk out of what I have witnessed and it hurts. Everyone should be given room to express their thoughts. Am safe, hope your fine too

Jill Langhus
Nov 15
Nov 15

Okay. Thanks for clarifying:-) I see. Yes, I understand now, and I agree with you.

I'm glad you're safe, dear.

I'm doing well, thank you!

Hope you have a good weekend.

maeann
Nov 13
Nov 13

Welcome to World Pulse Dinayen. Your story is your power!

I agree to what you said and I quote: "There's a reason for everything"

Keep writing! Keep Inspiring!

Dinayen paulette
Nov 14
Nov 14

Thanks a lot for this, I appreciate a lot, more is yet to come hope your willing to read and write back
Take care

maeann
Nov 14
Nov 14

You're welcome.

Hello, Dinayen,

Let me welcome you to World Pulse since this is our first encounter. I'm glad you finally wrote your first post! Such a powerful, thought-provoking piece, too.

You're so right with your observation that when a marriage fail, the blame usually goes to women, and men who leave are tolerated for doing so. Thank you for raising your voice on this matter.

Please keep writing. I'm curious how you become passionate about defending women with failed marriages. Has this been your experience? O did you know anyone who went through this? Either way, you did a great job!

Dinayen paulette
Nov 14
Nov 14

I only experienced this, I wasn't a victim but still I feel the pains of every lady who goes through this. Thanks for sharing your opinion with me. Take care karen

You are indeed a very caring and empathetic woman. You're welcome, dear. Please keep on writing!

Mercy Kusi
Nov 14
Nov 14

Hi Paulette I'm from Cameroon too and I know exactly how suddenly a woman is looked upon as evil for quitting a marriage which wasn't working.There will always be such people but your sanity and happiness is all that matters.Welcome to world pulse and thanks for sharing your story.#Istandwithher

Dinayen paulette
Nov 14
Nov 14

Thanks so much Mercy for sharing your opinion with me. Am grateful