Walking away after making an investment

All Woman

Walking away from a man you put your time and sometimes money into is a hard task. But if a woman is unhappy in a relationship, regardless of how many assets and liabilities are on the line, she has a right to chase her happiness and move on.

Below women tell how this is possible.

Latoya:

I bought my ex a car and initially it was just for us, until I found a condom in the car, a used condom at that! That changed everything. I felt beyond hurt. I know how it feels to give someone your last and they spit on it.

BC:

You can walk away and start over. I have been married for six years, we bought houses and cars, yet we got a divorce recently. It is hard to get rid of all the stuff acquired over the years, but I am all about my peace and happiness. Ladies, do not be afraid to love again and start anew.

MN:

If you're not happy, leave! It doesn't matter how much money you spent or what you both shared. Happiness should be the center of your relationship and life.

Sher:

I walked out of my ex-husband's mansion because I was tired of the abuse. We had spent a great sum as we owned businesses and houses and vehicles. Ladies, I walked away and basically I am at rock bottom, but I have faith that I will stand again. My husband is a womanizer and he loves to abuse his power. That marriage was hell.

PG:

You walk away when you are being abused and cheated on. Money is the least. You can rebuild.

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