Let’s Replace The Word Kiss With Punch – Sean(n) and Katya.

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Sean(n) and Katya, what are you doing. Seriously… 

I’m so sorry about any offence or hurt I may have caused with my actions. I wasn’t thinking and it was a one-off mistake after some drinks. I love my husband and we are very happy together, this is not a reflection on our relationship.— katya Jones (@Mrs_katjones) October 7, 2018

Let’s replace the word kiss with a punch. Suddenly,  the ‘one-off mistake’ is suddenly not so excusable. 

I know it wasn’t a punch, and domestic violence shouldn’t be taken lightly, but kissing another person, who isn’t your partner, IS emotionally abusive.

pic.twitter.com/LQ55AXC9zc— Rebecca Humphries (@Beckshumps) October 8, 2018

‘He aggressively, and repeatedly, called me a psycho / nuts / mental. As he has done countless times throughout our relationship when I’ve questioned his inappropriate behaviour.’

Emotional abuse. Not to be taken lightly. 

I know she has already, but Rebecca deserves all the praise she can get, what an incredible human being? Humiliated on live television. Humiliated on her birthday. I would have gone mad. Rebecca, well she handled it with her head held high – what a role model. 

What’s more, alcohol, for some, is a very triggering concept. But, the truth of the matter is, if you TRUELY love someone, no amounts of alcohol should make you unfaithful. 

But blaming alcohol, for your actions, for your behaviour. Inexcusable. 

Sean(n) and Katya Thoughts

So, Sean(n) and Katya, the next time you think about being utter emotionally abusive twerps. Try this ‘think’ – it is clearly hard for you and professionalism isn’t your forte. Just so you know, I will be fast forwarding your dance on Saturday and Sean(n), I will make sure I never visit one of ‘comedic’ shows. You dick. 

Sean(n) and Katya, try your apologies again and think carefully about what you want to say. 

I saw a mental health author question why some people were getting so uptight about this when climate change was more important [I am being a bit exaggerative here but that was the basic concept]. 

I am questioning this, because this IS mental health. Cheating, can cause mental health. Paranoia, Trust Issues and Panic Attacks. Cheating IS emotionally abusive. 

Whilst climate change is important to me, there are people who are doing a much better job at challenging it. In the same way, I can challenging mental health ideologies much better than perhaps they might have. With so many issues in the world, we have to pick our battles. I’m choosing mental health. 

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  1. October 10, 2018 / 9:46 am

    This is really good of you to say. Safe to say I was disappointed in them both and it’s good that you pointed that out.

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