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"He talked to his other girl on the phone in front of me. When I asked him, this is what he said;

"He talked to his other girl on the phone in front of me. When I asked him, this is what he said;


If you are in an abusive relationship and you want your abusive partner to change, you should give up on that idea. Most likely, the abuse will keep happening, so the best thing to do is to leave. Tshepiso Baloyi says that she is in a relationship that is abusive and that it is hard for her to leave. Her boyfriend cheats on her and hurts her physically and emotionally, but she keeps going back to him. People told her to break up with him before it was too late, but she said she can't stop thinking about him.


"Right in front of me, he took a call from his other girlfriend. I was angry, so I asked him what was going on. He got up, got a full bottle of wine, and hit me between the eyes with it. I passed out. I always come back to him, no matter what. I remember the day it happened. I forgave him in the afternoon, and I was happy as if nothing had happened." She spoke.

"Now that I know South African men are abusive, I don't blame my sisters for going after men from other countries." Said @Zanele_


Source:https://twitter.com/TshepisoBaloyi4/status/1527926050407206912?t=wR7cW54eZCxiTzRuSqY3Dg&s=19

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