Javeria Abbasi, who has shown the essence of acting in various strong roles in Pakistani dramas, says that she does not understand why people cry over separation, if that happens then live your life.
In an interview with Fuschia Magazine, Javeria Abbasi spoke about her daughter's experience of raising her alone and rejected the stereotype that single mothers always face a challenging situation and cannot raise children alone.
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She asked why everyone says it's hard to be a single mother, it's a very exciting thing.
"We live in a society where it is believed that it is necessary to have a husband and children will be raised by men," Abbasi added.
"I am an actress, I earn well, my lifestyle is very good, whatever I earn, thank God I can give my children a good life, I don't need a man," she said.
Talking about her daughter, Jawariya Abbasi said, "I have raised my daughter very well. My daughter is very good."
"She is working, I am very happy that she is an educated girl, what else do you want in life," she said.
"I could not have done better and I have tried my best," she added.
He then encouraged women to look for bright ways to break free from a bad relationship.
"I don't understand why people are crying over separation. If it has happened, stop crying over it," Abbasi said.
The actress further said, "I am not saying that you should not get married or separate from your husband, but unfortunately, if this has happened, then live your life."
"Allah has given you the opportunity to leave a bad relationship and build a relationship with yourself and live your life," said Jawariya Abbasi.
"We form relationships with our parents, siblings, spouses, children but never with ourselves. When a person finds himself in reality, he understands himself, then life is more," he said. It becomes easier.
Javeria Abbasi was married to actor and director Shimon Abbasi in 1997, but the two separated in 2007.
He has a daughter, Anzela Abbasi, who lives with her mother, actress Jawariya Abbasi.