My 'love’ or your money? Red flags of financial abuse in relationships

WHEN Nadia* agreed to an arranged marriage with her ex-husband, it marked the beginning of five years of anguish.

Even before the marriage, Nadia’s ex-husband’s family demanded that Nadia’s family provide a house as a “dowry”. During her marriage, Nadia says she was abused financially, with the right to spend her own money taken away from her.

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