Wake up- Break-up

The venue was set and so was the time and date. She was excited and was glad to be finally take out some time from studies and her study table and go out with her friends and laugh. She told her boy friend about her plan who immediately gave a disapproving nod asking her not to go. She knew his possessiveness level -so she tried to calm him down by assuring him she is going to have all her friends there and she will not talk to boys and won’t sit with any guy. She even told him she won’t talk to any boys of her group. But he was persistent and stuck to his disapproving nod.


She decided to go ahead and be herself after all those years of painful courtship. She wanted to go out and have just a single day enjoying the laughter, the leg pulling and silliness of jokes she shared with her pals.



It was her birthday and she met him in the morning. She was beaming and expected some sort of surprises for her- but here were none. He asked her for treat and she gave him one still waiting for a surprise. The surprise came- there was no present, no card, no candies not even a hand written note. He dropped her at her college and before leaving she said standing by the car door- I am going out for lunch and quickly left to ignore all yellings and swearing that followed.

He was standing outside the college gate when she was coming out crowded by her jolly friends. She was laughing at her childhood friend’s silly jokes when she saw him. He came to her and said – he is going to drop her to the restaurant where she was having her birthday lunch. She was quite suspicious and told him her friend would also come with her. He hesitantly said yes and they drove a little far from the college precincts when he parked the car next to a building and told her friend to go from there to the venue adding carelessly that she will not be able to make it for her own birthday lunch. Her friend was dumb founded and looked at her to gather a single streak of response. She gathered some courage and told him- she is not going to listen to him and will surely make it for the lunch. He sweared a lot and kept cursing her. She asked her friend to get out of the car. Before she could open the car’s door she felt a strong punch hitting her hard across the face immediately followed by a sharp slap on the same cheek. Her friend yelled out and went out of the car and took her injured friend out and called for a rickshaw. They took it and the friend told the rickshaw puller to go as fast as he can. She couldn’t hear at all from her left ear and cried heavily. Her friend also helped her ease off her already sprained left arm and held her closely confirming if she could still hear. She thought about taking her to hospital as her friend was not reacting. Before the friend could took any decision she saw the white car merging from behind and brought to screechy halt right in front of the rickshaw. He came out of the car and pulled the girl and kept swearing and telling her not to create a scene. The friend called her other friends on mobile and they talked to the guy on phone trying to retaliate. The public kept looking at the scene. The boy calmed in fear of police.

The girls reached the venue and went directly to washroom where she washed her face and tried to look good for her own birthday treat. She just broke out and confided that the guy only had twisted her left arm a day before knowing very clearly she is left handed and rarely uses her right hand. She looked swollen and had trouble speaking and hearing. She went out and saw her friends laughing and giggling. She sat in middle of her two best friends and ignored the stares she got from her friends knowing very well the talks in the air- where everyone knew the nature and reason of her injury. She couldn’t eat the food, she couldn’t enjoy the jokes, she couldn’t appreciate the presents, she couldn’t thank her friends.

Her friends had been telling her to have a break-up for long time but it seemed as if she was hypnotized by the retarded guy who had convinced her she was nothing without him. He had convinced her she had no good looks and he was pitying her and favouring her by having him in his life. She tried coming out of the relationship after that incident. Six months later she was coxed by the retard who begged for forgiveness. She was trying to forget him and move on ahead with her friends and a new guy who loved her deeply. But the fool she was she forgave him and gave him another chance.

They spent next two years fighting bitterly over who should pay for date expenses or movie tickets. he asked her to give him some amount of money from her new job’s salary every month.

One day after a hard day’s work she got out of office at 8:45 pm dying to go home and have dinner and get back to her MBA preparation when she saw him waiting outside the office gate in the same white car. She gave a sigh of relief thinking hugging him would make her forget her headache and the day’s fatigue. He drove the car fast and parked it in a secluded area and slapped her hard across the face- asking what was she doing so late at work? Who is her lover in the office? Before she could speak he slapped her again and tried to rip her shirt apart. She screamed loudly and he feared the public. She kept crying loudly and he dropped her lamelessly outside her apartment gate. The girl cried her way to home in agony. Her parents were worried why was she crying. She lied and said – ‘ she fell down’.

She broke up him after wards and faced physical violence while having the break-up also. She slapped him hard across his face in their last meeting ever.



Physical violence is entirely the victim’s fault and sign of weakness. Well educated girls, intelligent girls are continuing to live in a torturous relationships everywhere- even in metropolitan cities.

Wake up- break-up sucks but life is beautiful after it. You only love some one who deserves you entirely- don’t feed yourself emotionally and physically to retards who can’t treasure your presence in their life.



28 thoughts on “Wake up- Break-up

  1. “Physical violence is entirely the victim’s fault and sign of weakness”

    Victim’s fault? Tell that to the number of people who get bullied in classrooms, workplaces, playgrounds et al.

    Engaging story though. Hope its not true

  2. Wo! Sad story! Half way thru, i thought I knew who the ‘she’ was…! But no, her story was slightly different…and yes, so frikkin glad she got out of it!

    The scariest is when the guy is a psycho and is not your lover! You wouldn’t even know what you did wrong…and when! I’ve been scared tht way! 😐

    blog-hopped into yours! 🙂 like it here…rolling you to mine 😉

  3. Hey, thats a sad story. But I agree with you when you say breakup may seem hard but life is happy after that.

    Such guys are jerks who abuse women emotionally and physically. I wish more girls would hit back.

  4. Where were you all these days?? busy in …. (don’t answer plz 😛 )
    And back with so sad story?? 😦 😦
    Really sad, and I wish girls become more brave and kick back if some **** tries to hit them. 😀

  5. This post is really nice, and eye opening. It’s sad that it actually happened with somebody though. But yes, it is very real. It happens all the more in marriages. You get to hear about physical violence everyday. And in those cases the girl doesn’t even think about a break up because there’s social implications and so much other stuff? But how can one keep taking this insult all the time? It’s inhuman.

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    I was recently awarded one, and been asked to nominate 7 more.

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    The details are at http://littleindian.awmyth.net/?p=185

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  7. Yaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyy 😀
    Guess who’s back!?
    My perly frooty’s back!!! 😀
    What da machi, you gave me quite a scare with your last two posts, talking about serious stuff that went over my head! 😀
    This post is quite amazing, as usual! I’ve known a few women who were in a relationship with such brutes and unfortunately, one of them lost her life in rather bizarre conditions… May her soul rest in peace…
    Anyway, I’m happy you’re back! 😀
    Keep flirting with your mind!! 😀

  8. I am sadden to know that it actually happened to somebody. Nobody deserves to go through all this. And you know what, mine is also a true story!!! 😦

  9. @ Kanika- I have shared the sentiments on the adjacent gtalk window..but girl you gave me strength and you continue to do the same…..
    I am glad we met and became friends!
    You’re and you will always remain by best friend…
    thanks.. I o u 1!
    Mehak 🙂

  10. …. for first tme, i realy dont know wat to write.. i know exactly the feelings and emotions behind the post and the reality itself.
    I can never forget the day … never shall..!!!
    talking abt faults, i wudnt say it wwas anybody’s! the girl was in love, n she was young. i wudnt sound all diplomatic , bt it happens. As for the guy, Im sure he realized how important it is to have someone in ur life who loves u to the core.. and how miserable it feels, when the person goes away . But if it wasnt for this and many such incidents, i dont think the guy or the girl would have bcome wt they are tday.
    .. proud to say , i still know the girl and she is a wonder in herself 🙂 the mistakes, blunders, blind love, faith, betrayal – she has seen it all and have become the person she is and i KNOW for the fact, she cudnt find herself in a btr place tday … can she ???? 🙂

    God Speed

    P.S – I loved this line – “She sat in middle of her two best friends…”

  11. @ Vishesh- Yeah I do remember YU-its just that these days I am not writing anything exhilarating enough to be posted there-all management jargon..
    Hmm will post this one..now that you and Reema have suggested!

  12. nice post 🙂 y not post it in YU? remember that 😛

    it is the affected who lend their energy to the person who commits the thing…weakness is not a reason…

  13. Well as far as I think, its d fault of the victim.

    I believe if someone betrays you once, its his fault – if someone betrays you twice its yours.

    One should have the courage to speak up – The first time he slapped her, she should have held his hand there and then. The more you accept all this – the more you get all this.

  14. Sadly, this agony is still lingering in our matured society. When will women realize that love is not everything. Self respect is also important. And if a man says he loves you, he should mean it by respecting you. Not physically abusing you. Very good depiction Mahak. Happy Teej!

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