Nata says she got married when she was 30 years old. She was in love with him. But after the birth of the baby, her husband began to drink more often and to fight, to beat his wife. During the 10 years of marriage, Nata has been away from home for several times as a result of beatings and violence, but she returned again because she did not want to trouble her relatives, she did not have any other place to live. During their joint life, they had two children, two others were miscarriage because of brutal beatings.
"Once I was beaten so badly, that I lost my baby," says Nata.
Then he started using drugs, we did not have electricity and gas for days, children were hungry. I tried to leave him, I went to my sister's house, he found and threatened me, I had to go back. He beat me so much that I could not get up from bed. I asked for medicine, he was angry and said, "I'll kill you."
Recently husband is not disturb to Nata
Now Nata lives in her sister's home. She intends to find a job, and then she will buy her own house and no longer depend on anybody.
Psychologist Nina Goghokhia
Psychologist Nina Goghokhia is working at the Crisis Center at the State Trafficking Victims Defender and Assistance Fund. She works there with the victims of violence and their children. Nina is convinced that it is unacceptable to accept the violence in the sake of family and children", because the child who grows up in such an environment will inevitably get mental trauma.