Blair Linne: Twenty-four million children live in a home absent from their father. That’s one out of three.
Dannah Gresh: This is Spoken Word Artist, Blair Linne. She was one of those women who grew up with an absent father.
Blair: When I was three years old, my mom moved from Chicago to Los Angeles. And so, I’m 3,000 miles away from my dad, so our relationship was really just over the phone.
My dad has a wonderful heart. He’s such a kind man. But I felt like, “I want to really get to know you. I want you to really know me and know what’s going on.” And so, it was hard for me. Hard for me to understand my identity, who I was.
I wanted to talk to him and say, “This is really hard.” But I was too scared. I felt that if I opened up to …