Recently, a husband wrote about his wife on the Internet: “I have no desire to sleep with my wife anymore!” Farewell! After the baby was born, it’s really easy. My wife was 52 kr when we first sat down, now she is 57 kr… How can desire arise in such a situation?
People reacted differently to this post. Some girls said, “It’s a real betrayal to break up because of something like that,” while others said, “What can I do now? It’s his wife’s fault.”
The men who said, “You have to fight for your love, don’t you?” But a story came to my mind. What happened to Zinaida Tychnolobova during the Second World War. Before the war started, Zina attended a nursing course, and after completing it, she went to the front in 1942.
By the end of 8 months at the front, 123 wounded people were carried from the battlefield. During the fighting in February 1943, he was wounded in both legs while trying to help his commander.
While he was lying unable to move, a German soldier came and shot him in the face and eyes with his gun. Inrej Zina survived.
The snow that fell from Zinar’s window was frozen to the waist, so his friends managed to get him to the hospital. By the time he arrived at the hospital, both sides of the belt had died, so the doctors had no choice but to amputate both sides.
At the age of 22, Zina lost her leg. While lying in the hospital, Zina wrote a letter to her son-in-law as a nurse: “Dear Joseph! I’m sorry for writing such a letter, but I can’t be silent anymore.
I have to tell you the whole truth. I was severely wounded at the front and lost my legs. Forget about me because you don’t want me anymore. Think about your life. Goodbye forever, Zina.” Soon he received a letter from his fiancee.
The beloved guy wrote in his letter: “My dear little one! My poor, suffering child! You can’t separate us no matter what. There are no troubles in this world that you can forget, my love. Jarral 3ovlonr both will go through together.
Still yours, Iosif…” After receiving such a beautiful letter, Zina was inspired, woke up and went again, wrote again and learned to live again. He wrote a letter to the newspaper with his amputated face and said to his fellow warriors, “Take revenge for me.”
Soviet fighters also wrote “For Zinaida Tusnolobova!” The tanks and tanks were striking the enemy. After the war, Zina got married to her fiancé, moved like everyone else, had children, and lived a good life.
Her husband loved her without jealousy. Maybe it’s because in the eyes of love, a person sees everything, not just trying. A person who really loves his spouse does not see his partner’s missing organs, but the eyes of a person who does not love him sees five kilos more weight.