"I'm glad you like it." While he ate, Ana continued to clean up, making sure to leave the dishes. She wanted to say something, anything, to try and make the situation better but nothing came to mind. Nothing other than telling him her own experience. "When I was pregnant with Aenan, Theo got so aggravated that I wouldn't let him touch me that he sought comfort from more than one woman. The worst part was, I didn't care because in the end he was with me. It wasn't until he tried killing Aenan in his crib that I realized how wrong I was." Thinking back to the day she came home and saw Theo trying to smother Aenan, it caused an involuntary reflex of her nails digging into the counter. "But I still stayed and it cost me everything."
Once she realized what she was doing she stopped and forced a smile. "But you got out. That's what matters. Because now you can move on and find someone better. Someone that appreciates you and what you can offer them. Someone who works with you not against you."