“After my wife left me with the children and went away, we lived in my mother-in-law’s house, and she helped me a lot. But one day, everything changed.”

I lived with my now-ex-wife for four years and had two children at that period. She eventually left us with her mother to look for employment in another city, and her visits to the children became increasingly scarce over time. She eventually returned, packed her belongings, and informed me that she no longer loved me and was leaving for good.We divorced, and Oksana left the kids with me, vowing to pick them up when she was ready.

My mother-in-law looked after the kids while I was at work, but one day she mentioned that the house we lived in belonged to her and that we needed to leave because Oksana and I were no longer a family.We divorced, and Oksana left the kids with me, vowing to pick them up when she was ready. My mother-in-law looked after the kids while I was at work, but one day she mentioned that the house we lived in belonged to her and that we needed to leave because Oksana and I were no longer a family.

It was startling to learn that I was being punished while my ex-wife was with another man. My ex-mother-in-law had never considered the fact that her own grandkids were living in the house. We were compelled to abandon the house and relocate to a village near my parents.

It was difficult at first because I needed to find job in a new location to support my family.As a result, I found a position as a farm manager at a remote school and began beekeeping to supplement my income. My ex-mother-in-law dropped by one day and demanded to see her grandchildren. I reminded her of how she had kicked us out in the dead of winter and implored her not to come back into our lives.

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