I am an ardent reader of LC stories, in fact I can claim I have read almost all the stories on this site and they are really fun, educating and informing. I have also introduced my daughters to your site and they are also thrilled and entertained by stories. Again, thank you for the new series, Dear Noble. I pray people find meaningful solution to their issues.
Noble, my husband has been away from the country for the past 15 years and has not never visited since that time. Long story short is that he has been giving my children and I a thousand and one reasons why he has been unable to visit since he left the country.
Imagine a young woman without her husband and the numerous challenges associated with an experience like that. Although we speak on the phone from time to time but I am emotionally dead and alienated from him. A lot has happened since that time, our children are all grown now and so many other things.
I have listened to all manner of counselling, people will always encourage you to stay strong, stay faithful no matter what but guess what, I have come to realize that people find it easy to give counselling when they are not the ones enduring the pain in the shoes. For example, people encourage me to still show him love, some tell me to return home on time because I am a married woman. I am not expected to be seen playing with the male folks because according to them, it will send the wrong signals. Noble, I am talking about 15 good years of staying alone and people are busy dishing out book counsel to one.
Well, currently, I am preoccupied with the responsibility of making sure I give my children nothing but the best in life. I don’t really consider myself a married woman anymore, I know your readers will be quick to say I am. However, before they do, let them say what they would have done if their husbands abandoned them for about 15 years. I will really love to hear from your readers.
Dear Abandoned wife,
I am deeply touched by your story, I can’t even claim to understand what it feels like. The loneliness and deprivations must be so immense and intense.
As cliche as it may sound, I will still ask you to stay strong, make the best of your life and hope for the best.
I will equally ask our readers to leave some soothing words in the comment box.
Please ladies and gentlemen, over to you. We need your sincerest opinion on this.
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