My Wife took My Son and Left, She Has Refused to Return

Dear Love Doctor,

Without wasting your time, I’ll love to ask that you hear me out.

I met my wife over ten years ago but we got married sometime in 2016 after the birth of our son.

Like every other marriage, we’ve had our fair share of fights and quarrels and it got physical sometimes, which I am ashamed of.

My wife had left the house on several occasions to her family house in the northern part of the country whereas we live in the east.

I promised not to lay my hands on her ever again after the last time early this year and have been pleading for her forgiveness even getting my mother to appeal to her and yet she chose to leave citing Osinachi’s incident.

She left without our son and after about a month, she went to take our son from his school without telling me, the school refused and called me. I went and asked her why she’d do a thing like that, instead of coming to the house.

 

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She instead went to my place of work to report me to the management. I was summoned and I felt so embarrassed, but I pleaded that they should avail us some time to sort out our issues outside than at the office, which they obliged.

My wife insisted on taking our son this time and she had her way. She also stated that she didn’t want to have anything to do with me again.

I was broken, but I thank God for his mercies that saw me through till now.

Now this lady ,after our meeting with the management of my office, was asked to come home and fix her family, not that they are justifying domestic violence but that she should try to manage her provocation towards me while I manage my anger issues.

Her interest was buried in how much she could be getting from my salary.

I love this woman and I love our son but the embarrassment at work and my neighborhood is damning. I am finding it difficult to communicate with any of them.

 

She even went ahead to call whoever she can get a hold of telling them how I didn’t want to take responsibility for our son.

Help!

I need experienced advice as I don’t know what to do now. I don’t want to defend anything although she had done terrible things to me that got me so pissed, but nevertheless I am not proud of the way I handled things.

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