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I Didn’t Talk About My Abusive First Marriage For Years

Why do the victimized hold all the shame while perpetrators go about their business?

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When I was eighteen years old, I married my high school boyfriend. The marriage went south quickly — he was cheating and lying before our first anniversary — but because I am not a quitter and wanted to prove all those people…

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Alecia Kennedy

Alecia Kennedy

Trader·writer·photographer·truth-seeker·all around curious person. https://medium.com/breaking-all-the-rules snaphappyphotos.smugmug.com/

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