Hey!! Struggling with some personal issues at the time so if you could write preferences about the boys finding out you were abused, that would be absolutely great. Thanks a lot 💋
•It was no secret that you and Vladimir fought, a lot. Although most of it was about small, unimportant things, you occasionally had bigger issues. The one thing Vladimir had never done, though, was hurt you physically. You were immune to any harsh words he could say to you (and he said a /lot/, you both did), but as soon as he pushed you against the wall, towering over you, you shrank back. It took a while for you to trust him again, even if he didn’t mean to hurt you.
•Toly was usually the more composed of the brothers. So when you heard him on the phone, nearly screaming in Russian, you were concerned. A minute later you heard the sound of a loud smash, knowing one of your lamps was thrown at the wall. You jumped, feeling like you were in a different place for a second. “Can you not do that please?!” You shout to Anatoly, trying to hide the fear you were pushing down. “Sorry!” He calls back, but it takes a second for your heartbeat to calm down again.
•He’d found out when he compliments you, as weird as a time that is. You’d always shrug his praise off, or pretend to believe it, but he always saw that shred of doubt in your eyes; wondering you /were/ really as pretty as he said, or as sweet, or as deserving of him. He always reminds you of those things, because he knows after a while of hearing the opposite, you’d learned to accept it.
•He’d found out early in the relationship that whatever he asked of you, you’d do it in a split second. One time you didn’t want to go with him to the garage, but he persuaded jokingly, “But you /have/ to. If you don’t I’ll be really upset.” Your mind changed in an instant when he said that. When he asked you about it, you told him about all the times you were guilt tripped, and how after a while you can’t really argue back. He made sure to never use that against you again.