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Eight months after my separation, I thought I would try to move back into my parents’ house to save money.
The next 8 months in their house were very draining.
They painted a picture of struggle when it came to supporting myself and did not think a woman could handle the stresses of being the head of a household on her own.
At first, I was hesitant, letting their opinions float through my thoughts, but I’m glad I did not give in.
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The hardest part of getting a divorce is dealing with the stigma around the “ In my experience, I was advised to talk to an imam (religious clergy) or stay with my ex and “work it out.” There was never any encouragement to seek professional therapy and it was so taboo that my ex kept convincing me we didn’t need it — until it was too late.
My parents were always supportive of the choices I made, but other people in the community felt it was their duty to imprint their ideals and standards on my life.Another picture that was painted to me was that if I lived alone, I would become a promiscuous woman and would never be able to control my “urges.” This was silly, but even if I was a righteous woman and abstained from any non-marital relations, it didn’t matter.