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“Nag-golf ‘yung asawa ko, hindi na siya bumalik”: Candy Pangilinan, Nag-Share Ng Kanyang Mga Sakripisyo Bilang Single Mom Pagkatapos Iwan Ng Kanyang Asawa

Candy Pangilinan is a 45 years old film and television actress and comedienne. She won the best actress award at the CineFilipino 2016 and the Los Angeles International Film Festival.

 

 

Candy recently revealed the details about the difficulties she faced as a single mother to her son, Quentin Alvarado, who has special needs. She also went to share about her failed relationship with her husband Gilbert Alvarado after being married for two years.

According to the source, Candy said that her husband left her shortly after giving birth to their son.

“I just got separated during that time… after I gave birth, less than a month. Nag-golf ‘yung asawa ko, hindi na siya bumalik,” she recalled.

 

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As for her son Quentin, Candy said that what hurts her the most is that her son is getting bullied for having special needs.

“He’s still under the spectrum of autism pero hindi mo masasabing full-blown autism siya kasi mayroon na siyang social skills pero mayroon pa rin siyang ADHD na may sensory integration problem..”

 

 

“Sensory integration problem is usually hindi coordinated ‘yung nasa utak niya sa ginagawa ng katawan niya…”

“Nung time na ‘yon, hindi pa nagsi-sink in sa akin na matindi pala ‘to. When I was going through therapy with my child, doon ko na-realize na ay panghabambuhay pala ‘to..”

 

 

“Yung nakikita mo ‘yung bata kapag birthday party, tapos lahat ng bata maglalaro tapos nakita mo ‘yung anak mo, walang nakikipaglaro…”

“Tapos tatakbo sila, ang gagawin ni Quentin siya na lang ‘yung humahabol the whole time…”

 

 

“Alam mong binu-bully siya, hahayaan mo lang kasi iniisip ko parati he has to go through this. Ito ‘yung reality niya e and it’s always like that until now…”

“There was a time na naabutan ako ni Quentin na umiiyak…”

 

 

“Sabi niya sa ’kin ‘mom, what’s the problem?’ Sabi ko, ‘you know Quentin, someone did something really bad to us.”

“Tanong niya sa ’kin ‘did you do something wrong?’ Sabi ko ‘no.’ Sabi niya sa’kin ‘it’s their problem.”

 

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She also encouraged other parents to love their children despite if they have imperfections and flaws.

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