Founder of Dream Catchers, the popular kid dance group in Lagos, Seyi Oluyole has opened up on how her husband tried to kill her some few months back.
Narrating her alleged domestic abuse ordeal in the hands of her husband, Seyi revealed that he locked her up and didn’t give her access to the outside world for days.
In her narration, she mentioned she is currently suffering from trauma from her past experience and she is now constantly seeking healing.
Read her full story:
My husband tried to kill me on 8th of July 2019. Locked me up for the day and seized my phones. I am just starting to process this detail. And I am having serious anxiety.
I’m not okay. I’ve been dressing nicer. Fixed my nails. New Perfumes Smiling more. Hoping to deceive my senses to believe all is well. All isn’t.
I’m alive… It was hard for me to see the true picture of the abuse! Working through my healing! Hard ASF I Went through a lot of mental abuse and bully for daring to leave. Still going through it!
Sometimes I start to shiver in Involuntarily when I have anxiety attacks. It is no respecter of location or time.
I’ll tell my story. Today is just not the day!
Is there a forum somewhere where survivors meet and talk. I don’t want to talk to a therapist. I want a survivor