Anonymous asked: Yeah that miraandria comic was funny and all. Not bullying in the slightest, just belittling a shitty person, but... I think you went too far in bringing in her personal life ie her husband. That shit should be off limits imo.
so ive been told but i got no regrets going there on a lady who readily and casually disregards the feelings of others who are young, naive and in emotionally turbulent places
if anything i really hope her being a massive bitch was the reason her husband left her and not some other horrific valid reason like being a cheating shithead or abusive asshole
I’m going to admit this in public because honestly, this divorce is going to happen regardless of what my soon-to-be ex-husband thinks of me, so…
Yes, actually, he WAS abusive. Emotionally abusive more than anything else, but abusive nonetheless. The breaking point was when he was adamant about getting into an argument with me and wouldn’t leave me alone when I asked him to. He followed me up and down the stairs as I’m telling him to go away and that I “didn’t want to discuss it right now.” Finally, I got angry and pushed his face away from mine because he kept getting into it, and he grabbed my arm. I ran into the bathroom and he pounded on the door, screaming and demanding that I open it and let me in, all while I was crying and more terrified than I’d ever been in my life.
When he finally calmed down, he asked me nicely to open the door. When I finally opened it, he came and hugged me. And you know what he said? “You shouldn’t have made me so mad.”
So congratulations, this is the first time I’ve cried since this entire drama started, because I let a man break me down into a shell of who I used to be. I let him take 7 years of my life that I’m never getting back. A man who never seemed to have any time for anything I was interested in, would blame me for getting angry and call me “overemotional”, who would actually mock me in front of his friends, who no one has seen this side except for me.
Okay but wait….
You started the physical aspect of the argument by pushing his face away, but when he grabs your arm, HES the abusive one? Suddenly YOU’RE terrified, when you’re the one that got physical with him first?
I’m not saying he wasn’t abusive, of course- I don’t know him, or that he wasn’t wrong, but this is some typical bullshit right here.
FUCK. YOU. TO HELL.
Do you know what it took out of me to admit this? DO YOU HAVE ANY FUCKING IDEA, YOU LITERAL PIECE OF HUMAN GARBAGE??? This wasn’t when we first started dating. NO. This was after being together for 7 FUCKING YEARS.
You’re right. You don’t know him. I DO. SO FUCK OFF.
Turns out Miranda’s idea of an “abusive relationship” is a man grabbing her arm when she grabs his face. Lying about not being white, now she’s trying to pretend she was in an “abusive relationship” for sympathy and oppression points. What a pice of shit.
Grabbing someone after they shoved you isn’t abuse. Screaming and pounding on the door is a huge over reaction that could boarder on verbal abuse (depending on what he was screaming). But don’t claim that him grabbing you after you started the physical part of the fight is abuse. It is not.
Knowing the things she says to people she doesn’t like, even if that person is a 15 year old or younger, she’s the last person on earth who gets to accuse anyone of emotional or verbal abuse.
preach it. what a sickening example of hypocrisy. I can’t imagine she talked any less abusively to a grown man than to teenage girls on the internet, so if she’d verbally abuse children, why wouldn’t she verbally abuse him?
then she physically attacks and has the nerve to say SHE was scared after she violated someone’s bodily autonomy and attacked them.
"Emotionally abusive" doesn’t mean "tried to talk to me once when I didn’t want to" or "had some habits I didn’t like" it refers to real fucking behaviors that seriously headfuck and hurt a partner.
Wow. Check out all these people who think they know my marriage better than I do.
These people actually exist, y’all.
These are real people who think I deserved what happened to me because I tried to push a man exhibiting aggressive behavior away from me.
Because his following me up and down the stairs multiple times and literally getting in my face wasn’t an invasion of my personal space, personal wishes, or yes, even bodily autonomy.
Because my taking him back after HE broke up with ME for his own selfish and heartless reasons, not once, but 5 times in the span of 7 years shows how cruel and horrible I was to him.
Because my decision to move away from everything I knew and loved just to be with him is me being a total bitch.
"Well, you took it too far and touched him. All he was doing was talking."
"It’s your fault for making it a physical confrontation."
"She’s a bitch online so I bet she was a bitch to her husband."
"She wasn’t verbally abused, she just wants oppression points."
This is exactly why I never mentioned this. Two years I’ve had this bottled up inside me, and the moment I admit the worst moment of my marriage, the most terrifying moment, this is what happens.
And then people wonder why abuse victims never come forward.