Los Angeles, September 28 Maisie Williams, a star of Game of Thrones, recently discussed her strained relationship with her father and acknowledged that it took up much of her childhood.
According to People magazine, the actress was a guest on the most recent episode of Steven Bartlett’s podcast “The Diary of a CEO” and discussed her upbringing.
She was quoted by People as saying, “Well, I, as a young child before the age of 8, had quite a traumatic relationship with my dad.
She continued, “I really don’t want to go into it too much because it affects my siblings and my entire family.
The actress discussed her father’s relationship “really took up a large portion of my youth. Since I can remember, I’ve had a lot of trouble falling asleep. And I believe that I was unaware of the errors in many of the traumatic events that were occurring “.
She claimed that she started to realize that other children didn’t comprehend the “pain or dread or fear” she experienced.
“Where is the happiness, and when will it arrive for me?”
Maisie Williams admitted that she thought she was “free” from the past once that time period in her life was over.
But as she matured and gained new experiences, she understood “That freedom never has a final destination. And it originates internally. When will you allow yourself to be free of the suffering?”
She stated that she did not want to go into specifics out of respect for other family members and their experiences.
Williams revealed that this is the first time she has spoken openly about her father and that her mother was able to “escape” when she was 4 months old.