Living with Oppressors

Going through oppression has taught me how to just not say anything and ignore people. Yesterday when my brother came home in the evening he saw a plate laying out in the kitchen and yelled at me. He said you are going back to leaving your plates outside and leaving a mess outside. As well as, that no one in this house is my maid and I just looked at him. I was like that is not my plate then he was like who’s is it then and I was like it is mom’s plate but don’t worry I will clean it. After that, he was like well then should I tell mom to come and clean it when you know she can’t since she is paralyzed?? And I was like obviously, she can’t do it don’t worry I will do it. He was like do it right away as soon as you see a plate in the kitchen. Now, my question is he says he is NOT my maid then how can expect me to clean his dirty dishes?? does that mean I am his maid?? or is it just his way of oppressing me?? He has hit me a while back where I had bruises on the left side of my body.

His wife and he wants to move out of this house since they claim that I interfere in their lives. Even though the truth is that I am not allowed to travel by Uber/ Lyft and see my friends. As well as, I am not allowed to go outside and get a job since they claim that if I go outside I will bring home Covid even though ironically they are the ones who go out every evening. I just do NOT want to speak up and say anything since then my brother will hit me again and his wife will find reasons to tell me that I am treating her like my maid or whatever nonsense. Thus, I created this blogpost to speak about my feelings and emotions. As well as, inspire other women who are going through the same to not commit suicide since suicide is never the solution to oppression. Therefore, I believe that I can help you overcome domestic violence since I have gone through it with my brother being the oppressor as well as my dad verbally assaulting me which is another story for another day.


Alia Khan

Published by Universal Journey Academy

Welcome to Alia Khan’s life and professional coaching and mentoring page. A 37-year-old woman who is working on her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a Business Management minor as well as now she is a certified life coach, with a mission to inspire individuals with a language learning disability (LLD) and who is associated with someone who has a language learning disability (LLD) be the best they can be. Even those dealing with a low self-esteem level and low self-confidence level. I can speak from personal experience since I have LLD. I have suffered from it my whole life not knowing why I couldn't read and write. Thus, my family and relatives always thought I was bad, rude, and making excuses not understanding that my neuro pathways work slightly different from the average brain as well as my brain is wired slightly differently due to hypoxia. This simply just means I did not get enough oxygen to my brain during my birth, which is no one's fault. Thus, the left side of my brain has brain damage. Ones I learned what my learning style was I actually gained a level of self-confidence. Plus, in my native culture, they have no awareness of how dyslexia affects an individual. I don't blame them for bullying me I blame their lack of awareness of neuropsychology. I dedicate my coaching business to my mom's teachings she has always helped and taught people to be better individuals. I owe my education to her since she encouraged me to aim for the sky and not settle for less. I help individuals with language learning disabilities (LLD) gain high self-esteem and confidence level, and professional coaching. The followers and clients will get free resources and videos every week as well as motivational affirmations. Thank you all so much for liking my Facebook page. you can even contact me on my business line on WhatsApp: 1-818-213-1358 if you need immediate support.