I was born into exiles family
Tamara Abueva was born in Kazakhstan in Chechen family that was forcibly expelled from the Chechen-Ingush Soviet republic. The parents had seven children. The mother was at home and the father was working as a driver. The local community didn´t treat the Chechen people very friendly. The rumors have been spread that the Chechen people are traitors of the country, despite the fact, that many of the Chechen people fought bravely against Hitler. Tamara was just ten years old when President Khrushchev allowed the Chechen people to return to their homeland. When Tamara Abueva was returning home in 1968, she was already married. She began to work in 1971 and worked in several job positions. During the first Chechen war she lived in Urus Martan village. It was very difficult to find a job after the end of the war; the pensions were not paid. The humanitarian organizations were helping pretty much the Chechnya residents - they provided food and clothes. The second Chechen war the Abueva family spent in Cernovodsk village. Tamara Abueva recently lives in Grozny; she has two daughters and two sons. Three of her kids are already independent one of her daughters is student.