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The impact of fathers and how it plays a role when their child in choosing a mate.
The challenges of a wife that was not raised by her father
Are women expecting too much when they want their husbands to provide/ be like their fathers?
Are fathers raising their daughters to expect too much from their husband?
Why do men find it hard to date women that was not raised by their father?
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"I dropped out of high school in my 3rd year due to lack of school fees. I was only 17 then.
At around the same time, I met and married my first-ever boyfriend. Life was so tough, poverty levels so high, that I was forced to join the job seekers group. I could not get any form of employment, even the most menial, due to a lack of any papers to show I was educated.
Five years later, while a mother of two daughters, I registered and sat my final high school exams, which I passed.
My husband who equally believes in education for women and who had supported my decision to sit the examinations, sought and got me a sponsor, who paid my college fees for a Diploma in Mass communication course.
Along the way, my sister died of HIV and AIDS related causes, leaving me in charge of her four children – three daughters and a son who is HIV- positive. The job market was tougher with only three ways to earn a living: know someone inside, buy the job, or sleep with the boss.
I could not afford any of those and so settled on doing odd jobs to sustain not only my household, but my many dependents, too.
I set up the CDG in order to spare many other women and girls from my community the agony of undergoing my pain at the time."
Phionah Musumba, Founder.