Note: This is an AMAZING movement and initiative by the very talented and brilliant Razwana Wahid. Read more about her at the end of this post. Read, absorb and Enjoy!
It was as if I’d been slapped in the face.
My knees buckled and I gripped the chair near me.
“I can’t do this anymore. I don’t know who I am in this city. I’m leaving”
We’d moved from London to Paris together. That’s not a small step for a couple to make. And after deciding on that step as a unit, he’d now taken it upon himself to dictate how our relationship would end. Continue reading