Asked about the difficult childhood in which Dzelzītis ‘mother committed suicide and her stepmother threw her home, the actor remembers my father’ s reaction to the tragic events of life: “Relatively recently, after an event in my life, I began to understand my father, and at some point I was uncomfortable.
I do not want to justify him, but I understand that he chose to remain silent for the sake of dear peace. But what is it like to live a lifetime after that, knowing that someone has left because of you? Realizing this, a lot crystallized and took their place.
When asked if Dzelzitis has managed to talk to his father, the actor answers in the negative. “No, and that was the biggest problem. I was kicked out of home in 1996, and my father passed away in 2011.”
The actor reveals that he has now forgiven his father, but still does not understand how his mother was able to commit suicide.
“It doesn’t matter if it’s old, but you have three children left! My sister was one year old, I was three, my brother was five. I never condemned him, I understood him mentally from the beginning. The lack of father and mother is a terrible black gap in my life.
I don’t know, it may be that that’s why I slow down with relationships, choose not to realize as a father, because I’m afraid I’ll do everything. I want a person next to me who really believes in me. And to be honest, I don’t believe anyone can really understand me.
I would very much like a relationship that has a sense of my own gang and a deep, empathetic understanding of each other. That’s what I’m looking for – my person with all the disadvantages and pros.
I definitely want a family and children, because I do not want to live life to the fullest in such a spectrum, because then I will run out, “Dzelzitis shares.
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