We went to a village and I just tried to enjoy myself. It was strange. I wasn't allowed to talk to my parents back in the UK.
But after that first few weeks I got really worried. I thought something was up especially when I realised that my exams were passing.
But I spoke to my parents and they said it was okay they said they were all coming out.
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They came out and stayed for a few weeks but then they went back to the UK, leaving me in Pakistan.
Then I had a feeling they were going to get me married off. I knew if I didn't get married I couldn't come back to the UK.
On the day I got married I just felt like running away. Everyone was celebrating but I was miserable.
When I got back my parents said I couldn't live with them anymore because I was a married woman. They made me go and live with my in laws-they but didn't treat me right so I had to leave there.
Then I found out about Barnardos. They've found me somewhere to live somewhere where no-one can find me.
I had to leave all my friends and my family behind. I can't speak to them anymore.
My parents married me off because they thought it was the best for me but it wasn't - it ruined my life."