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Re: Abused Women Support Group: Verbal, Physical, Emotional
« Reply #340 on: July 24, 2013, 03:15:05 am »
As i've read this thread from start to the last page.. medyo nakarelate ako. Ang tanong ko lang. What do you do ba everytime na masasaktan kayo physically or verbally? I hope hindi kayo nananahimik lang. Kasi dapat nagsasalita din kayo. That's what i do. Pag sobrang puno na dibdib ko sa sakit from the emotional battering, ako naman nagdadadakdak. Wala na ako paki kung lalo siya magalit. Nasabi na nya lahat ng masasakit, may mas ilalala pa ba yun? Mailabas ko man lang lahat ng hinananakit ko. Infairness naman to my husband, parang hindi siya aware sa ginagawa niya sakin o sa epekto ng sinsabi niyang negative things. So after ko ipoint out lahat ng nakasakit sakin. It seems nakikinig naman pala siya. Hindi na nauulit. Siguro kahit gaano pa kasama husband mo partner mo bf mo o live in partner mo, if there is willingness to change on his part. Pede pa mag work out. Especially kung mahal ka pa. Talk heart to heart with your partner. Hindi din naman nila malalaman kung ano ang mali kung hindi mo ipapa alam. At first tahimik lang din ako. Kaso napansin ko pag nanahimik ka tingin niya siya ang tama. So lalong lumalala ugali. Dinakdakan ko nga. E di natauhan siya.
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Re: Abused Women Support Group: Verbal, Physical, Emotional
« Reply #341 on: August 11, 2013, 01:28:46 am »
Hello sisters...

For the emotionally, psychologically and verbally abused, here are some Facebook group pages
you can like...

I was in denial for a year na abusive pala yung relationship ko...i thought something was wrong with me..
na if only I would be a better partner, kung magiging mas understanding ako... our relationship would get better
Accidentally, I found a page on FB...and it led me to many other pages that helped me understand my partner and
my situation better...

Hindi ko alam kung aware kayo sa Narcissistic Personality Disorder...pero mostly daw, emotionally abusive men,
ganon daw.
Sa nababasa ko din, halos lahat ng victims. pare pareho ang kwento as in!


https://www.facebook.com/www.comhelpstopabuseonwomen?ref=stream&hc_location=stream

https://www.facebook.com/LeavesOfALiar?ref=br_tf

https://www.facebook.com/ManBustersSurvivingASociopath

https://www.facebook.com/pages/After-Narcissistic-Abuse-There-is-Light-Life-Love/114835348601442

https://www.facebook.com/Narcology

https://www.facebook.com/NPDRecovery

https://www.facebook.com/SurvivingTheNarcissistRelationship

https://www.facebook.com/TheNarcissistAUsersGuide

I'm still in an abusive relationship... im still trying to get out. And mahirap pala pag naging addicted ka sa love ninyo,
when you become a codependent...



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Re: Abused Women Support Group: Verbal, Physical, Emotional
« Reply #342 on: August 16, 2013, 06:59:48 pm »
Hello guys, I posted my story sa Family issues regarding my partner. I can relate sa  mga stories niyo. Hope we can help each other. 

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« Reply #343 on: August 16, 2013, 10:01:40 pm »

Can the law truly help women like us?  Sobra akong na f frustrate sa bansa nating inutil. Ikaw nanga niloko, tapos wala ka pa napala, just move on daw. Maryosep, ginugol mo ang buong buhay mo, niplan mo ang life ahead, tapos niloko ka lang ng lalaking pinakasalan mo. Then what? 

Ni hindi sila puede makulong?  pati ang mistress?  Sa stress at abuse na inabot mo, dahil gusto lang nila mag enjoy together? 

What kind of a law does our country have in protecting women?  Mag h hire ka ng lawyer, katakot takot na gastos.  Annulment, ganyan din. Ano baaa.... Sawang sawa nako being in our country. Peste.


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Re: Abused Women Support Group: Verbal, Physical, Emotional
« Reply #344 on: August 18, 2013, 12:58:51 pm »
^there's ra9262 that protects women (of all sorts) and children. Since its a criminal case, the public prosecutor will be your lawyer.
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« Reply #345 on: November 08, 2013, 02:07:27 pm »
@Girltalker2: There is RA 9262 just what sis thamei said. Along with this, meron din mga NGO's who are catering to these kinds of problems. May mga volunteer lawyers din sila who can provide you with legal services pro bono. Just look around for these NGOs in your area. Malakas itong law na ito at may ngipin. Infact, meron akong nakilala, napakulong nya husband nay for repeated abuses na ginawa sa kanya. laban lang sis:D

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Re: Abused Women Support Group: Verbal, Physical, Emotional
« Reply #346 on: November 09, 2013, 08:40:21 pm »
I need help. I wana know if I'm being OA or psycho na ako or i'm being harassed. Honesty is very much appreciated.
pardon if mahaba story. gusto ko detailed para you guys will have a clearer idea.

ito kasi situation ko:
we started renovating our store nung october or september. so parang 1 big store tapos dinivide into 2. so nung september,
nasa old store pa kami. yun tapat na store namin magrenovate din, pero hindi pa sila nagstart. so parang gumawa sila ng barricade
by the use of steel (not sure yun proper term dito) tpaos meron door. tapos meron guy na naka-bantay doon. yun door na yun, hindi
directly naka-tapat sa old store namin. yun distance ng store namin sa store nila is yun parang sa taft. kasi sa taft kami mismo.
so imagine store namin nasa isang side, tapos yun store nila nandun sa kabilang side, so sa tapat namin.
at times napapansin ko lagi nakatingin sa akin. but naisip im being delusional, baka nakatingin lang sa store namin. or baka im
picking my nose kaya tinitignan niya ako and pinagtatawan. or baka pinagtatawan nya ako kasi i used to wave a lot (kasi meron cctv
sa store, so i wave doon sa cctv where my brother is watching me from our house). so pinabayaan ko lang. hindi ko rin masyado
pinapansin siya kasi i used to play a lot of ipad sa store, puro sermon na nga abot ko sa dad ko.

then nung october, sa new store na kami. binawasan ko na ipad ko kasi ayaw ko na masermonan ng dad ko.so most of the time
i look outside kasi wala naman ibang matignan. then napansin ko na he kept on looking at the store's direction, specifically my
direction. but hindi ko pa rin sure kasi siyempre baka tinitignan lang nya dad ko who is nasa tabi ko lang. but i recorded the
whole time na nakatingin siya sa direction namin, and feel ko sa akin naka-direct yun eyes nya. i noticed it for the whole october,
pero pinabayaan ko lang kasi syempre unang reason bakit siya tumitingin is of course store namin yun nasa harap nya.
pero i started feeling uncomfortable na.

then today, talagang nagburst yun bubble ng uncomfortableness ko. morning pa lang, when he kept on staring at my
direction, sobrang uncomfortable na talaga. na gusto ko na umuwi ng house para hindi siya makita.
the whole day nasa store ako, i feel uncomfortable and naiiyak talaga ako but hindi ako makaiyak kasi nandun parents ko.
i told my dad na hindi ba suspicious kasi he kept on looking at our store and kahit na last month na nasa old store kami, store pa
rin namin yun nakikita niya. sabi ng dad ko, in a rude voice pa (kaya super mas naging masama loob ko) "Alangan naman
magkulong siya sa loob ng store looking at nothing. siyempre lalabas din yan para meron air". so yun, kala ko delusional ako.
pinabayaan ko. after 1 hr, i had to check yun mga binili ng customer so nasa medyo harap ako ng store na left side from
my original position. sa new position ko, hindi ako makikita nung guy sa tapat unless sinadya pa niya magmove ng
position. but i saw him moving to a position para tignan ko. that time talaga gusto ko magbreak down. mga 10am yun  e,
so from that time until 530pm super naiiyak ako. my mom said baka akala ko lang ako tinitignan. so wala din ako masabi, kasi
it's a reasonable point.

hindi ko matanong mga tauhan ko kasi guys sila lahat. hardware kasi kami, so 4 guys na tauhan and then my dad and then ako.
ako lang girl dun. im 28.

paguwi ko, nagtreadmill ako kasi i want to get rid of the thoughts nga. the whole time hindi parin ako mapa-kali.

then when i took a bath, doon na ako umiyak. bigla na lang ako umiyak, hindi ko alam bakit. e buti na lang naliligo ako dun,
ang excuse ko sa parents ko napasukan ako ng shampoo sa mata kaya medyo reddish. i need other women's opinion if im being delusional or what. kasi feel ko as a woman, malalaman naman natin
if iba na yun tingin sa atin ng lalaki. but the problem is ako lang nakakapansin so hindi ko alam if
tama ba nafefeel ko or what.

it happens mon-sat, kapag open store. hindi ko alam if sunday ganun din na nasa labas ng store yun guy watching our
store din or not, kasi wala naman ako sa store ng sunday.

and would you know of any lawyer that deals with that stuff? parang i wanna hire someone kasi na magoobserve lang
to verify if im being delusional or not.

any help would be appreciated. tnx!
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Re: Abused Women Support Group: Verbal, Physical, Emotional
« Reply #347 on: November 17, 2013, 03:09:55 pm »
^Sis hindi ko lang kasi maimagine kung paano yung pagkatitig sayo eh! I am thinking otherwise if that guy just like you pero meron kasi na iba parang may pagka obsess na yung tingin na sa sobrang kagustuhan niya parang may delikadong gagawin. Na-capture mo na ba kung paano siya makatingin? Sana may spy camera ka for you to review and ask others opinion.

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« Reply #348 on: November 21, 2013, 01:12:01 pm »
I need help.
I think I'm at the verge of committing something I don't want to do to my self.
 :'(

I have been meaning to write something here, if only to get things off my chest.
But I have been stopping myself.

Now's the time.

I grew up in a house full of people swearing at me, doors slamming at my face.
Given what the environment was like when I was growing up, I am the type of person that swears A LOT in a regular conversation, but NEVER does, when I am mad.
Because i believe that it'll be pure hatred, if I say those words when I am mad.

I have been living with my partner for 4 years now, have been blessed with a wonderful son who's a year old now.
Times of bliss sure are at the early stage of each relationships, cause we have had ours.

Don't get me wrong, he's a very patient guy. He sees to my needs when we still have no kid, and still tends to our needs now. I know all relationships have its ups and down, wouldn't even be a relationship if it doesn't.

But when he gets mad, verbal abuse comes out.
He would swear at me, and sometimes calls me names.
I felt belittled every time he does that, or slams the door shut at me.
And it just hurts so much that someone you love so dear would do things to you - things you have been wishing you won't get to experience again with the man you chose to be with.

The physical abuse started at the 2nd year of our relationship, give or take.
It started with slaps, tearing - literally - my hair off my scalp, crumpling my ears like he's crumpling papers in his hands, escalated to him choking me.

All these, and I am still with him.
Oh I have been wanting and wishing and praying and crying to get away from this hellhole - yes I see it as a hellhole now.
I was ready to move in with my parents again, it was my ticket out of here, when he talked to my parents and told them why we fought.
And my parents thought I was just getting bitchy, my dad went here, I got a slap on the face.

Never had I told them how physically abusive he can be, save for that one time my dad was here.
But he wanted me and my partner to give it another try.

That night, we fought.
I got beat up.
I told him not hurt our son, he said "I won't hurt (my son's name), I will only hurt you."
Something in me just gave up.
I was nodding, giving him the permission to continue choking me.
I didn't even fight anymore, my will just gave up.
In my mind - at that moment - I was peacefully telling him I love him, and that I forgive him and that I won't hold him responsible for my soon-to-be death.
I was at peace with the thought of him ending everything for me.
That was when he stopped and started taking me into his arms, apologizing.
We had a talk, he wanted to start a fresh.
I didn't want to, but knowing I have nowhere to go to, I agreed.
Yes, I used him. In a sense that I chose to stay to have a roof over my head - until I get myself a work again.

Nov 6, everything just dramatically escalated.
We fought, he hit me with his knee on my private area, gave a good slit on my mouth for a lil punch, hit the side of my head with my son's bottle, clammed me on the floor, arm-choked me.
Elbowed me on the forehead.
And boy was I fighting.
I was fighting so much I didn't even feel the blood surging from my split opened left brow.

When I finally came to sense that I was bleeding, he was already hugging me.

I went to his aunt's place, his sister treated me, and I went back to our place like nothing happened.

Am I so delusional to WISH that every time me and my partner fight, I wish we could just fight normally and not hurt each other?

It's been more than two weeks now, no apologies, no talks, no nothing from him.
1st day after the fight, he brought me no food.
2nd day and days after, I only eat once a day, because that's just what he brings me.

He hasn't slept here in our room, since that day.
He sleeps in another room.
I haven't cried since the day it happened.
But today, I just had to break down, and I have been crying since morning.
He washed his and our son's clothes and leaves mine.
I pity myself so much right this moment, that I know he might not want me here anymore, but I don't have the means to leave nor have the will to do so.
Every time I think of crashing at a friend's place, I feel so weak thinking I'd be leaving my son.
No money. No place to stay.
And no son to be with?

I fell asleep beside my son.
And I woke up with him sitting beside me, looking at, I don't know me or my son, but that was the first time we were that close since two weeks ago.

I'm so confused.
I know I'm letting my pride get the best of me but I really want to leave.
I want him to realize that it's not ok to hurt me and be fine with it afterwards.

And that I don't like hurting him.
I don't like hitting him back.
I feel like I kill myself whenever I hit him back, but I have to show him he can't keep doing that.

I don't know who I have become anymore.
My friends are telling me I have changed.
I used to not tolerate any kind of s*** a guy throws at me.
I used to not swear when I am mad but now all I do is swear at whomever I am mad at.
I used to just take the beatings and not hit back, but now I feel the need to do so, if only to wake him up that he's hurting me.

And it's either I get killed here, or I kill my self if I get the money to buy drugs to OD.

But then again, maybe it's me.
Maybe I really am to blame and I deserve to be physically abused to remind me of it.

I don't know who I am anymore.
I don't know who I have become.


And I am so sorry for making this so long.
I needed a way to release all these.
« Last Edit: November 21, 2013, 06:22:41 pm by Joanne_ »
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« Reply #349 on: November 21, 2013, 06:06:51 pm »
I would really love to share this to everyone.
Sa ngayon hindi ko pa kaya, pero malapit na yung time na magagawa ko to...

It’s a promise that honors self-respect and encourages healthy relationships. If you follow these simple points, you will find permanent freedom from toxic bonds:

1. I will never beg or plead for someone else again. Any man or man who brings me to that level is not worth my heart.
2. I will never tolerate criticisms about my body, age, weight, job, or any other insecurities I might have. Good partners won’t put me down, they’ll raise me up.
3. I will take a step back from my relationship once every month to make sure that I am being respected and loved, not flattered and love-bombed.
4. I will always ask myself the question: “Would I ever treat someone else like this?” If the answer is no, then I don’t deserve to be treated like that either.
5. I will trust my gut. If I get a bad feeling, I won’t try to push it away and make excuses. I will trust myself.
6. I understand that it is better to be single than in a toxic relationship.
7. I will not be spoken to in a condescending or sarcastic way. Loving partners will not patronize me.
8. I will not allow my partner to call me jealous, crazy, or any other form of projection.
9. My relationships will be mutual and equal at all times. Love is not about control and power.
10. If I ever feel unsure about any of these steps, I will seek out help from a friend, support forum, or therapist. I will not act on impulsive decisions.
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Re: Abused Women Support Group: Verbal, Physical, Emotional
« Reply #350 on: November 21, 2013, 09:10:18 pm »
buti naman merong mga ganitong support group. hindi pala ako nagiisa :(

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« Reply #351 on: November 21, 2013, 09:42:15 pm »
I know it took a lot of courage for our dear sisters to share their stories. I am a physician and I did volunteer work for an organization that extends help to women in abusive relationships. They offer temporary shelter, counselling, legal and medical advice. Please feel free to PM me if you (or your friends) would want to get in touch with this organization.

This person's reply have been posted so long, but I hope to God you're still around.
Sadly, I can't send any personal massages, I don't know why, but please, if you read this, lemme know :(
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Re: Abused Women Support Group: Verbal, Physical, Emotional
« Reply #352 on: November 23, 2013, 02:55:51 am »
sis Joanne_, nakakatakot yung nangyari sayo. I'm not an expert pero it sure would be best to do something drastic na, like report it to Women's helpdesk or the police. Don't waste a minute to go back to your parents house, it's not safe to stay with him na. Just do that first step. Sobra na yung violence nya sayo, as in gusto ko na nya halos patayin. If you need support, andito lang kami sa GT every step of the way.
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« Reply #353 on: February 10, 2014, 11:57:30 am »
Up ko lang 'tong thread na 'to mga sis..

Had encountered violence for the past few days with my husband..Comparing my story to the previous one shared, I would say that mine was a little bit mild pa pero violence is still a violence..

For now, I just let God guide upon me and my 8 months old baby girl.. I just need to plan the things that I need to do.. Pero as of the moment, all I want is to leave that house together with my baby..

Sisses, let's continue praying for all the women who's in this same situation..

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« Reply #354 on: February 12, 2014, 02:24:44 am »
Why sis, what did he do to you? 8 months ols pa lang baby mo, kaya na nya gawin yun sayo...
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« Reply #355 on: February 12, 2014, 04:31:20 am »
meron palang ganitong thread.. i think it's nice to open this up again.

gurlzat03, kahit ano pa ang excuse niya sa mga nagawa niya sayo and sa anak niyo, if you accept it once, uulit-ulitin lang niya yan. i hope you take care of your child and your safety first.

share ko lang, i have been in an abusive relationship din before. yung dad nung bunso ko, which is my partner for almost 5 years, while i was working and he was the one staying at home, became verbally abusive and later on, physical. he would tell me na mukha akong bruha, and pag nagalit siya ang nakainom, he would curse and swear at me. hanggang sa umabot na sa physical where he would wake me up in the middle of the night when he comes home drunk, hit me with a pillow and swear, "g*** ka ah!" staring at me na parang sasaksakin niya ako. there's this one time na lumayo na ako sa kanya but he threw his plate at me, tinamaan ako sa chin. nung pumasok ako ng room, sumunod siya, he attempted to punch me in the face, nakailag lang ako.

after that kinausap ko siya, sabi ko bakit niya yun nagagawa sa akin, nagagawa lang daw niya yun pag galit siya. so i was thinking, "e pano tuwing galit ka nalang yan ang excuse mo to hit and curse me?"

slowly my love for him died. until one day he said he wanted to leave our house and stay muna sa kanila. that paved the way for me to realize na yun talaga ang gusto ko at yun na ang chance ko. pero when i didn't contact him anymore, he contacted me and when i told him na ayaw ko na, he went to my office, and waited for me outside. kinailangan ko pang humingin ng tulong sa guard namin para lang makalabas ako ng office namin na hindi niya ako nakikita kasi i know once he gets a hold on me, sasaktan niya ulit ako.

all those times, hindi alam ng friends and family ko yun. until nung day na nag-decide na ako na ayaw ko na talaga, saka lang ako nag-open sa kanila. oh, and pag nagagalit pala siya sa anak namin, who was then 2 years old pa lang, papaluin niya yun ng slippers niya, na sa sobrang lakas maririnig ko kahit nasa labas ako ng room namin.

sisters, we just have to learn to be firm and love ourselves more. kahit pa siguro legally married kami nung ex ko, if he were like that, hindi ako magdadalawang-isip ulit na hiwalayan siya.

i remembered pa, when he went back to our house to get his clothes, pinapasok siya ng sister ko kasi wala naman ako dun. tapos when i came home, nakita ko yung picture ko, nakadikit sa mirror ko sa dresser, tapos may message siyang sinulat sa likod - "walanghiya ka! mamamatay ka rin PI ka!"
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Re: Abused Women Support Group: Verbal, Physical, Emotional
« Reply #356 on: August 15, 2014, 08:03:11 pm »
Up ko lang mga sis.


victim din ako ng verbal abuse although hindi galing sa partner ko more on sa mga aunts and uncle ko coming from both sides of the family. Ever since nung bata pa ako nakakatanggap na ko ng verbal abuse sa eldest aunt ko sa father side, Nakalimutan ko na almost lahat pero recently lang bumalik yung aunt ko and nagmemessage sa facebook ang dami niyang sinasabi halos lahat masasakit at talagang mapapaiyak ka at kung mahina ang loob mo talagang hindi mo kakayanin mga sinasabi niya. Best way is to avoid talaga ang mga taong ganyan, iwasan na magkaroon ng communication sa kanila.

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« Reply #357 on: November 03, 2014, 09:04:24 am »
Mga sis pahelp naman ako hirap na hirap na ko sa asawa ko
hindi kami kasal gusto ko na siya hiwalayan kaso tinatakot
niya ako huhuhu. napaka dimonyo niya lalo na pag nalalasing
sana mamatay na siya!!! huhuhu!
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« Reply #358 on: December 16, 2014, 04:26:21 pm »
I am not abused, my mom is. Gusto ko sya lumaban pero sadyang martyr sya since then.
I'm not insecure to celebs walk on the RED CARPET cause they are famous.
I walk on a TOILET PAPER cause i'm just ordinary,
But at least i have my PRIVACY..

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« Reply #359 on: December 17, 2014, 12:43:26 am »
^ sis, for abused people like your mom, feeling ko need lang nila talaga ng as much support. Try talking to her as often as possible, kahit hindi tungkol sa abuse, Basta kasama lang sya.

To be honest, when I was in that situation, I just wished for a hero (a friend, relative) to support me and do things for me - like look for a lawyer to defend me, to fight for my rights. Pero eventually na realize ko, bibihira ang tao na mag step in at mag himasok sa buhay mo ng ganyan and I eventually learned to fight back for myself.

 

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