Actor and Bigg Boss contestant Shefali Jariwala has spoken about how she confronted a troublesome time throughout her first marriage and determined to interrupt it off.
PUBLISHED ON MAY 03, 2021 12:04 PM IST
Bigg Boss alumna Shefali Jariwala has spoken about her first marriage to Harmeet Singh of Meet Bros fame. She mentioned that being financially impartial gave her to braveness and freedom to finish her marriage in 2009.
Shefali has mentioned that she was dealing with ‘psychological violence’ in her marriage and determined to interrupt it off. She added that girls should realise when their accomplice doesn’t admire them anymore.
Speaking to Times Now, she mentioned, “It is very important to understand that you are not being appreciated. Not every kind of violence is physical. There is a lot of mental violence that also happens and you are very unhappy in your life. I think, one of the reasons why I could make the decision for myself, was because I was independent. I was making my own money. The biggest fear in our country is of the society. Divorce is considered to be taboo but the way I have been raised, is to not really care about society but just do what we feel is right. I could take such steps in my life and had strong support.”
Shefali married Parag Tyagi in 2014. Last 12 months, she mentioned that she needs to undertake a toddler with him. “From the moment I have understood the meaning of adoption which was when I was, 10 or 11, I always wanted to adopt a child. It is difficult, especially when you can have your own children. There is pressure from the society, from friends and family, but Parag and I spoke about it and we want to adopt a girl child. The process is ongoing and pretty tedious. There is a lot of paperwork involved but we are hopeful it will be done soon,” she had said in a media interaction.
However, in October, Shefali said that the process had been put on hold due to the pandemic situation. “Right now we have put everything on hold because of this corona situation. It’s a long process and a lot of work is involved. And that process is going to take its own sweet time. All we can do is just pray and hope things go smooth and fast,” she had informed SpotboyE in an interview.