Short Temper Could Be Regret For Life For Husband & Wife

​I am 32 years old.  My ex hubby dated me for six years, I started dating him whilst I was in grade 12, I was 19 years old. We were the  best of friends. I waited until he completed college and started work, my family and his family then met, we got married and had a son. (Now 7 years old ).
My husband was short tempered at times, but our problems started when I wanted to make him feel he can’t control me. Every time we argued, I would pack my bags, go to my family and explain. My sisters would phone my husband and shout at him. If he is controlling me I would always dare him that if you wish divorce me- I never wanted divorce, I just had pride and I never wanted to look as a loser in his eyes.
One day I pushed him to the limit  so  that for the first time he beat me up and locked me out of the house , I returned  to my family, and they took him to the  police to  lay a charge., Every time people saw me , I looked like I was being abused! But to be honest, I used to abuse my husband emotionally.
He was arrested and detained. I was asked by his family to withdraw the case, I felt that what I was doing is wrong.

My husband was never a violent man, he did what he did because I pushed him to the limits. Of which he openly knelt down and apologized. I withdrew the charge, and we reconciled.

After three months, I packed my bags after a small issue, and he remained alone. After two days I received a call that he is in hospital, my family told me that I shouldn’t go there because it will look like am begging him for another  chance, and my sisters believed he is faking the illness.

All this time, people felt sorry for me like I was the one being abused. He spent a week in hospital, after he was discharged , I just received a  summon for a divorce . I wanted to say no to divorce, but because I felt this pride, I wanted him to change his mind and beg me, I called him and said to him that  he will get the divorce because I live like I  am in hell.
When we went to court, I wanted to make him pay, so I told the court that I needed his properties to be divided between us. To my surprise he openly told the court that whatever he and I  acquired together should be given to me, All he wanted was a divorce.
We divorced in 2009 July. Now, this Saturday my husband is getting married again, whilst I am here wasted! My family are gossiping about me, I depend financially on what my ex gives to my son for survival. I know I wasted my marriage. I am here telling all wives to be careful how and who you get advice from . Don’t be cheated. Even my young sisters are much more respected than I am. Those who encouraged me to divorce are always bad mouthing me.

There is no benefit in pride!

Source – Unknown

This a perfect example and advice  for those dancing in some overrated ego. Share it with your friends.


Man kidnaps neighbour’s kid to gift wife a house

Mumbai: A 33-year-old unemployed man, who recently got married to a girl in Sangli, kidnapped his neighbour’s 14-year-old son and demanded Rs 35 lakh as ransom, allegedly to impress his wife by gifting her jewellery and a house.

According to the police, on Saturday evening Hemant Sanghoi asked his neighbour Sajjan Bind’s son Arun to accompany him for an outing for a few days. Arun readily agreed as he knew Hemant since his childhood. Hemant took the boy to Sangli where he stays with his wife.

In Borivli, when Arun’s parents didn’t receive any information about the boy, they lodged a missing complaint at the Kasturba Marg police station.

“The boy’s parents didn’t know he was with Hemant so they searched for him everywhere. When they realised that Hemant too was missing, they complained to the police,” said an officer attached to the Kasturba Marg police station.

“On Monday, Hemant rang up Sajjan Bind’s number and demanded Rs 35 lakh as ransom at the earliest if he wanted his son return safe and in one piece,” he added.

The moment Arun’s family received the ransom call, the police traced down the number of the kidnapper. “We traced the call to Sangli, so we soon informed our counterparts there. They traced Hemant and the boy. The accused had apparently kidnapped the boy to buy his wife jewellery and a house with the ransom money,” said the police officer.

He added that the accused thought a kidnapping bid would gain him easy money. Hemant thought Arun’s father, a plumbing contractor, is a rich man and would do anything to save his son’s life.

Rajendra Dhavade, DCP, Zone 12, said that they had traced the caller within three hours of the ransom call. “We solved the case with the help of the Sangli police as soon as the kidnapper called the boy’s family. Now, we are ferrying the culprit and the boy to Mumbai.”