JULIA BARRETTO BREAKS HER SILENCE: On Love, Family, Forgiveness & Marriage! | Karen Davila Ep67
hello everyone welcome to my youtube channel i have a surprise for you today it has been a while since you saw and heard it and today we are going to visit your house guys
julia it is time i will see your house so im so happy for being here ok alright welcome ok oh wow
julia it's so nice thanks come in guys come in wow that's so nice thanks it's so nice thanks how did you do that with my help interior designer shepard my architect and you know just a few pieces i
love we put together so how long have you been living here this month three years ok and this house is a labor of
love yes we started building this house when i 19 was done when I was 22 and now I'm 25 so shitty or three years oh no I
love that she doesn't lie about her age that I'm fine let's check out the living room ok yes, that is actually my darling ing place in the house it's so zen yes it's so zen who made this artwork this is saavedra and i really
love abstract and i felt like yes in this room we need a pop of color because everything is creamy so i think , that was such a perfect touch and it's green it lights up the room but I like the vibe of it all yeah the sofa ok that's great and the barrel is perfect and the color is cream.
This is Phoenix Home Customized. Yes, even the one is Baguio, so do you like to design? I mean is that something you would do? I think in another life I was an interior designer. yes yes yes this was inspired by wabi-sabi parashan japanese minimalist as i read the book well i was so inspired and since i redesigned my place and what about this chair kraton this is my diner i
love you yes this one is only from here this one is also here baguiette for momentum this particular chair actually my dining table okay i just bought that i saw it now actually you will be surprised i just saw that online i am sending this to you yes i am actually sending that this is the first one times I'm so glad to be in your house thanks and you must be so proud yeah since I built it from scratch when I was 19 When I was younger I didn't know what to do with the money I was making at the beginning so better with the guidance of my manager at the time and my mother, they really encouraged me to invest it so I didn't know what I was when I was a teenager it was so nervous at first when i was a teenager until mom said
julia you might want to be a lot kenyan that could really happen and then one day when i was 30 and my mom said you might want to build your dream house for yourself and then okay three years later I started living here and that you have your own home there were talks etc And how did you feel when you heard all that really confused because I did it?
I don't know where it came from or where it came from, but I do know that I've worked really hard to get to this point in my life since I was nine years old. Six nine years old really is a job of yours you know hard work and blood sweat and teeth blood blood sweat literally and tears so um yeah that's all me and that's something I'm really proud of. We started when I was 19 and it was so important to me being surrounded by the right people and the older you get the ebay buying season comes alive so your tastes change and quality is so important because you will be building your house on quality materials mas magla last chance so mos going on in the long run i said ok i invest in really good quality furniture but everything was budgeted but i didnt want to be selfish either na parang i am a compromise yuma gigging live coditus first house so mom really didnt eat im first year I was very overwhelmed, you have become a responsible daughter because your mother raised you all.
What was it like growing up with your mother? We're so intact and really grounded I'm just really proud no you know she's my mom and you know she raised us to be the people we are today because they really make it all on their own and I feel like she doesn't get enough credit for the hard work she put in, only you know me and Danny who are out of the house and independent and then you know Chloe graduated power. We are just so proud of mom and we are just so proud to have been raised by her anunnakita her kindness tita sabra and her warmth and it's a mom of summons she really instilled in all of us no matter what happens in life you always come out o when things are better person she is not for negativity and she just wants us to be kind.
You know that the response to every single thing is kindness, and Mom is really one of the nicest people, but what do you say in a Duma, yes, of course, you always think, growing up, we always have a very comfortable life guided. You don't know that you know that as adults we had to move into 14 houses, all for rent, because we never owned a house of our own. Yeah and you know at that time my parents were issues my mom was struggling with because you know we didn't have enough money to go on so we didn't always have it easy and that's why I started too to work in the really young rental apartments at age 14 yes until mama could really tell you we could buy a townhouse for our
family and then you know we all had to sleep in one room or we had to sleep with mama , we would hear all their calls, everything we know about their secrets because we all lived in just one tiny room but you know we never really had that you know se pity mentality, we were always very intact as a
family , but I would say everything will be fine because of your closeness and your mother is very strong, very, very strong, no matter what situation I'm hiding in now, whatever she will never really crucify me for So I feel like if other people crucify me then Mas Madali Isham will be rebuffed because my own mother doesn't even crucify me so maybe things will be alright so I can say your mother really is your personal hero, who she really is She's my hero like she's my everything.
Um, I can't live without her. One of the things I wanted to ask you is also your relationship with your father, where are you with your father now? And it's because I have so much fear inside me now when I'm very open that I'm really scared because I feel like over the years it's been a cycle of making up and then got hurt and then woke up and then got hurt and you know I just kind of want to limp from this cycle and um you know I was just praying, well right now I don't know maybe in God's time and Wayne you know but meet, get right in the middle, without having to get hurt again, have you forgiven him, the um I think it's not hard for us to forgive, but it's really hard, it's not the
forgiveness theta, it's that Forgotten, yes it is to be forgotten, but I guess it's just a lot of fear, um, because I don't know what's going to happen but
forgiveness of course, definitely um, that's for my own peace of mind, un
forgiveness but I'm just not ready for it think there was just so much pain z over the years since i was young soparang i got tired of the same thing yes its a burden like you do you feel that yes of course i always have the bang commandments in the bible its always you know no matter what happens you know your parents and i always ask god actually i always ask him i say you know god i know a parent is a parent and i'm just a kid but at the same time seniors limits allow a kid to get hurt and have their own pain and i need just more
love from him. i think i just need more
love more protection more not really what i'm getting from him right now so it hurts it hurts cause but its sad that i can so i pray like god how can you forgive me even if it's like this now yeah my god I ain't told no one actually I never knew this was in your heart.
I would see you at parties. You always looked happy. Yeah I don't know, just gotta be strong You just got one right attitude. I think it's true, things are temporary, the pain doesn't really last. I have such a strong support system, my
family, so I'm really not worried What would you do? i won't lie I mean he tried. I'm just really not ready, and I don't want to Rce me either, because if you force yourself, then it's not real, so I want to get to a point where you know when we talk, it's when I am ready and um it's just the years it was the same conversation so i don't know what else i could say so things are okay forever but i'm curious that the exchange between leon and your dad must have been so sad that i hurt a lot but didn't cry.
I think it was because it wasn't new but it was more like pain because before it was just between my dad and me and now it was between my younger brother and my dad and it's painful because sometimes all the pain vies if i could just spare you you know my siblings from some trauma you know for sure talks or you know it hurt him to see him going through what I had to go through but he's brave, he's very brave and i
love him because now he's the man of the house and he's so protective and he's the youngest thing i'm grateful for he spoke up and protected us.
Do you dream of it one day? our father your mother and you all will come together it has happened to some families oh yes yes i think it is possible but i hope there is healing between everyone and nama is determined but i am not sure if it can ever be like that again but that's just the truth i'm not sure if it can ever be like that again but i'm hoping for healing and just my determination one other thing i wanted to ask you doesn't relate specifically to you but to the relationship of the
barretto sisters people always say sayang sila nagawai bakit ganon how are you how does this affect you
julia i think it affects me for my mother because i know how much you know that she
loves her older sister too and the bond they really had before they were truly inseparable and you know growing up i really hope that one day even after things have been said and done you will know.
I just feel like the fact that it was painful for each other means you know there was
love at all so I feel like there is hope if I'm hurt it's for my mother because I know how much
love she has for her and how you control yourself. The instinct is yeah how do you control what you do more to keep quiet but i think so too now but if i keep talking i don't know what that will achieve unless we deal privately with this na hindi kailangan involvement because i don't know how others can also contribute healing some of the things i think to a fault.
I'm silent you know people already don't know what's really in my heart because I really don't say it doesn't matter it's not a patina. One of the things I
love about going home is that you have an open kitchen that's the best thing yes so cook or not cook I cook I cook and my um ba annabelle she helps me I had just a maid one as we speak so she works for me she cooks the b est oh and then ok so this is the kitchen i
love the kitchen the color of the kitchen how did you come up with this design this is really nyx now but is this just a la what does that exhaust do where did she get that that's such a stylish exhaust and she has a little wine bar here that's cute yeah so you put up a little wine bar where people can get that yeah yeah , this is this one so beautiful its all locally made so i
love supporting it yes this is like kenneth furniture oh really leaving a different feeling yes it does do another harm like this though latino furniture and water resistance at all yes yes but the sti mme of the house
julia is really very it has this tropical japanese feel yes thats the golden titan tropical japanese because look at that lets stop here i like your bamboo what they call the bamboo what a bamboo its all uh i like it building your own house this feeling you think you will move to a bigger house in time i feeling proud of course because wow all the work i had to do to get to this point but i think someday , especially because i want a
family like and a lot of kids so i definitely want a lot of kids thats like three or four oh wow good for you maybe