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I Have Never Met My Father – Actress Susan Pwajok


I Have Never Met My Father – Actress Susan Pwajok

Actress Susan Pwajok has revealed that she is not related to her father.

Revealing this on her Surviving Lagos podcast, which she hosts, the media personality revealed that she never sat with him and they usually pass each other every time she goes to his church.

She also reveals that the only way she can forgive him is if he apologizes to his mother.

Susan Pwajok also shared how she started paying her tuition since her first year of secondary school, suggesting that some of the challenges she faced may underlie her resentment towards men. According to Johnson’s star, the story she knows about her parents is that her father didn’t want her.

Our parents are the pillars of our lives when we are children. So when one is absent, it has a huge impact on who we are as people. Though many kids may not like to admit it…it is a truly hurtful thing that leaves a lasting scar.

The scare of an absent father is one that needs care and tenderness to be able to heal. The first step in this process is looking directly at your pain. This may sound uncomfortable, and that is because it is.

The psychological absence of fathers can be nearly as devastating as physical absence. When fathers are alive but not a predictable presence actively participating in their daughter’s lives the relationship becomes a permanent .

All fathers should know that they are the head and strength of the family unit. If they are not in place, there is a weakness in the link.

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