Domestic Violence is not an option

Posted August 5, 2019 from United States

To everyone no mater your situation, domestic violence is not an option for your survival, do not teach your sons and daughters that it is okay to be abuse by anyone, stand up and fight you can face the world and survive, make that your goal make a plan and work the plan, from the first violent attack whether verbally or physically it will only get worse, so discuss the first incident, and make a stop if it persist then start a plan believe me, with God all things are possible if I could do it you can too, i was abused for over 20 years separated 21 times from him because we had 4 minor kids but it only got worse until I almost died I had 4 kids all under 12 years old when I had to run for my life, so lets take a stand and make the right chose life. after which I have worked sent my kids to school they are all successful and now I have started a non-profit for battered women and children senior citizen veterans, disabled, and economically challenged today I am happy to be alive and see my Kids grow to become men and woman who respect me for what I did to save them, it's not easy to flee your home country and got to a strange land (US) not knowing where to or what will be next with 4 kids and no job, with little money to go on and survive and become successful without strength and determination, so I want to share with the world if I can you can to! so in return for God's blessings I want share my story around the world. If I can You can too.  

Comments 8

Log in or register to post comments

Hello, Kamlarampersadi,

How bold you are for being able to break away from 20 years of abuse. How brave you are for speaking your truth and for creating a non-profit for those who needed refuge.

Thank you for sharing your story. I’m looking forward to read more from you like what country did you come from, and what made you live in the US.

Please keep sharing your stories. You might inspire women who are silently living in abuse to break free and speak up, too.

Welcome to World Pulse, dear!

Jill Langhus
Aug 06
Aug 06

Hi Kamlarampersad,

Welcome to World Pulse:-) Wow! You're such an inspiration! Thanks so much for sharing your inspiring story. I'm so glad you got the courage to leave him, that your children are proud of you for doing so, that you are safe, and that you started an NGO inspiring and empowering others to do the same. Do you have a website and/or social media page(s) to follow? I'm looking forward to hearing more about you and your mission and work.

Hope you have a great week!

Beth Lacey
Aug 06
Aug 06

You are very strong and a great role model for other women in this horrible situation

Tamarack Verrall
Aug 06
Aug 06

Dear Kamlarampersad,
What a journey you have had, freeing yourself and 4 children while enduring such longstanding violence. Your message is so important, "it will only get worse". Not easy to escape but you prove it is possible and now work to help many others. A big welcome to World Pulse!

Moutushi Dey
Aug 07
Aug 07

Thank you for sharing your story and being so courageous! Your story is an inspiration to so many other women who are facing similar challenges. Welcome to World Pulse!

Gulzaib Tareen
Sep 09
Sep 09

In fact it shall not be!

Sep 12
Sep 12

Dear Kamlarampersadi,
Thank you for sharing your experience. Hats off to you for your bravery and patience. Its good to know that your all four children tuned out to be responsible and capable persons now, congratulations on your parenting, despite the hardship you suffered.
Keep on writing.
love and regards,

Anita Shrestha
Sep 27
Sep 27

Dear Kamalarampersadi
Thank you for sharing such a big challenges things you are facing. Be encorage, try try and try until and unless last breadth of life. Do struggle struggle................................................................................without struggle not meaning of life. Who are struggling they only will get life taste.