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Oct. 02, 17 | 4:22 pm

Maintaining a loving relationship with your partner is challenging per se, even more so for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who bear the sacrifice of working miles away from their families.

Thanks to social media, many of our compatriots overseas are able to communicate with their families regularly, but for Princess Samal Dilangalen, browsing through Facebook meant seeing her husband happy in the arms of another woman.

“Araw-araw ang dami ng trabaho dito, walang pahinga. Tapos pagbukas ko ng Facebook, iyan ang makikita ko,” she said.

Dilangalen shared photos of her husband, a military officer and his mistress, lying in bed together.

“Nagpakahirap ako magtrabaho dito sa abroad para sa pamilya ko, hindi para ipakain sa kabit mo ang lahat ng perang pinaghirapan ko,” she added.

She also claims that her husband, a Muslim, might have taken the woman as his second wife without her knowledge.

“Sila sobrang masaya, habang ako nasa malayo nangungulila at nagpapakahirap,” Dilangalen said.

According to Sharia or Islamic law, it is not obligatory for the husband to gain the consent of the first wife if he intends to marry again but it is in good manners to discuss such plans with the first wife to avoid conflict.

She said she has no intention of continuing their relationship but wants to gain custody of their daughter who is currently staying with her husband and his mistress.

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Related: What could happen if an OFW discovers his wife cheating?

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