Lady posts about mom's newfound freedom and valiant escape from abuse

Lady posts about mom's newfound freedom and valiant escape from abuse

- A South African daughter recently shared a heartfelt post about her mother finding relief from abuse

- In the post, she explains how her mother left an abusive marriage and now lives in a shack of her own

- Many Facebookers shared their messages of support and encouragement in the comment section

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A South African woman recently shared a heartfelt post about how her mom escaped a life of abuse and finally has a home of her own. Sindisiwe Prudence Tsagae took to Facebook's ImStaying and wrote:

"#ImStaying because my mom suffered and was abused for 12 years in marriage by my step dad, but because she had no where to stay she endured through the pain. I'm proud to say she has a stand now we live peaceful with no abuse its not much but I'm proud of her !! This is our new home."

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Many Stayers were left truly moved by the heartwarming Facebook post. Many of them headed to the comment section to share messages of support and encouragement. Read a few of their comments below.

Lady posts about mom's newfound freedom and valiant escape from abuse
This lady shared how she and her mom moved to a new shack after suffering abuse. Images: Sindiswe Tsagae/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

Saras Singh said:

"Home should be a place of peace. I'm glad you made a home for yourselves! Go girlsenjoy and stay blessed."

Salegga Petersen said:

"It's clean. You blessed and more blessings coming your way.. Believe girl. Hugs from me.."

Zamangwane Makhaye said:

"This is much cc don't ever doubt that, peace is all thatost soul seek so as long as you have that that is all that matters everything else is abundance"

Kgolagano Vilakazi said:

"I've learnt a home is not defined by the material used to build it but by the warmth and amount of Love inside it God is great Make it as peaceful as you always wanted your home to be Godbless you and Mommy."

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In more touching news, while many enjoyed varsity life and all the fun days that it often came with - not everyone had it very easy, Tebogo Mmako is one of those who had to push and struggle to come out with his qualification.

Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, Mmako shared a heartwarming yet motivational post about how he and a friend used to eat dry pap and black tea while studying. He also mentions how they sadly ate their meal while others bought pricey foods from the canteen.

"I remember during my studies at the University of Limpopo, people will be running to the cafeteria to buy food for lunch and some will be eating nice food in their rooms. My friends and I Maesela Stan Aphane Jerry Kgobalala Moukangoe will be eating this. life was not easy at all. today I have two degrees working on my third qualification. #im staying ," he wrote in the Facebook post.

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