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Hamid

Zobeir Movahhed | Zahedan & Zabol , Sistan & Baluchestan, Iran

1-After the divorce Hamid has to cook for himself. He can’t, so he mostly eats canned food or eggs. Kitchen cleanup is the last thing that he would want to do.

Hamid was born in 1986 and currently lives in Zahedan. His mother is a second wife. He is her mother’s first child. With her unwavering support, Hamid gets married while he was still a teenager and opens a boutique in Zabul, which would go bankrupt after a short while. He has not finished high school and cannot find a job, and has no choice but to work as a day laborer. Addiction and unemployment causes dispute in Hamid and his wife’s marriage, and eventually they are separated.

Since Hamid cannot pay for the divorce settlement fees or alimony, his ex-wife is getting the custody of their daughter, instead. He can see his daughter once every fortnight.

His only income is from selling old and used stuff, which he usually finds on the internet. Sometimes he doesn’t earn any money for up to two months. If something breaks in his house, he even cannot afford to repair it. Hamid, who sees himself as a failure, sinks even deeper in his addiction. He spends his days on emotional chats in Telegram and doing drugs.

 

Hamid was born in 1986 and currently lives in Zahedan. His mother is a second wife. He is her mother’s first child. With her unwavering support, Hamid gets married while he was still a teenager and opens a boutique in Zabul, which would go bankrupt after a short while. He has not finished high school and cannot find a job, and has no choice but to work as a day laborer. Addiction and unemployment causes dispute in Hamid and his wife’s marriage, and eventually they are separated.

Since Hamid cannot pay for the divorce settlement fees or alimony, his ex-wife is getting the custody of their daughter, instead. He can see his daughter once every fortnight.

His only income is from selling old and used stuff, which he usually finds on the internet. Sometimes he doesn’t earn any money for up to two months. If something breaks in his house, he even cannot afford to repair it. Hamid, who sees himself as a failure, sinks even deeper in his addiction. He spends his days on emotional chats in Telegram and doing drugs.

Suddenly, his mother dies from a heart attack. He blames himself for the heart attack that caused her death. Those around him, return him to his mother's house. His mother’s last wish was for him to remarry, in the hope that it will cure his depression. A family from his maternal relatives accept the proposal and he remarries.

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