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I couldn’t allow my children to grow up without their father by Lungile Dhlamini

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Full Name: Lungile Dhlamini
Country Represented: South Africa

Why did you enter this storytelling contest?

I receive healing through telling my story and also be able to share my experiences makes me feel great.

What does storytelling mean to you?

It gives other people to learn from your mistakes and the future generation to know that this is good way of communicating as Africans.

Why did you tell this story?

To be honest I needed to share my story for me to heal.

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10 thoughts on “I couldn’t allow my children to grow up without their father by Lungile Dhlamini”

  1. Well done babe that’s courage not everyone can do that. No regrets though you had to go through it, you had to take this journey of 20 years to be the woman you are today!

  2. To be honest this story caught me completely off guard. Now I am sitting alone in the dark reassessing my own life choices.

    That is the value in sharing our stories I guess, it allows others to learn lessons they haven’t experienced yet.

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