Daily Mail
What’s with married women, extra-marital affairs?
Speak Out on Violence: DORIS KASOTE WHEN I sit and chat with my friends, various stories come up which I also hear discussed in kitchen parties and other places. The discussions are about married women who get involved in extra-marital relationships with married men. It is said t...
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Is marriage valuable nowadays?
Speak Out on Violence: DORIS KASOTE WHEN a couple has been together for a while, it is not difficult to notice a change in his or her patterns. In some instances, your partner may not even have the evidence that you are most likely being unfaithful in your marriage but for peace’...
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Alcohol abuse contributes to violence
Speak Out on Violence: DORIS KASOTE WHEN one looks at alcohol abuse and domestic violence, it is easy to see that there are connections between the two behaviours. Often, the violence in the home is accompanied by excessive drinking of moderate to heavy amounts of alcohol over a...
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Of love towards step-children
Speak Out on Violence: DORIS KASOTE WHEN one decides to settle down with a partner who has extra ‘baggage’, they should be ready to accept whatever he or she comes along with. A person who will claim to love you and not love your children is not sincere. Children that find themse...
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No marriage is perfect, but embrace one another
Speak Out on Violence: DORIS KASOTE WHEN I look at how long some couples have been together in marriage, it is admirable. This does not mean in any way that they have not had problems. Besides, there is no perfect marriage on this face of the earth. What matters is how the people...
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Relationship woes: A tale not to tell
Speak Out on Violence: DORIS KASOTE WHEN one is heartbroken, it does not help to lament to the whole world about what your spouse did. Some people have a tendency of crying to every Jim and Jack who cares to listen but the truth of the matter is very few people care about your br...
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‘When parents argue, children should not take sides’
Speak Out on Violence, DORIS KASOTE WHEN parents have differences, which is normal in any marriage, children should not be seen to side with either of the parents. I believe there are certain differences between a couple that they cannot necessarily tell the children about. Yes,...
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