It’s funny really, I’m a man skilled and trained into helping men and families who suffer from domestic abuse, or who are domestic abuse perpetrators. My role is to try and make their lives better, such a shame I could not help myself at the same time.
Emotional abuse is just as damaging as Physical abuse and in some cases the effects on the victim is far worse.
Below are real life accounts of my emotional, harrowing, traumatic, draining and painful life since 2010
I am Father, God parent, entertainer, dancer, performer, Singer, actor, Disc Jockey, Community volunteer shopper, parenting facilitator, family room coordinator, childcare practitioner, father’s project co-ordinator and Mentor.
I like to socialise and have fun with friends and family. I don’t like football but love to ride my bike, play tennis and squash. I love going to theme parks but don’t like heights. Nothing gives more satisfaction than to help people if and when I can. Riding my motor bike is my peace time. I love to party and go clubbing and can dance all-night which is the ultimate buzz for me, which when Emey sent me a friend facebook request I was on the dance floor in a club on a Friday night in March 2009.
I could not believe that Emey had requested to by my friend as she vowed never to talk to me again, we had a brief relationship a several years back which I ended. We soon rekindled our relationship and I thought I had met my SOUL mate. I had so I was lead to believe that I had finally met someone who accepted me for me, accepted my lifestyle and the multi tasking sometimes very busy life that I led. Sadly this was not the case but by the time the emotional abuse was laid upon myself, I had moved in with Emey with my son, changed his school and basically made commitments with Emey that were not easy to get out off. Once we got married, everything changed and I will never forget what Emey said to me once we became man and wife.”YOU’RE ALL MINE NOW”
- JoinedMarch 13, 2013