Let It Go

If you have read my last post about my encounter on Suicide Bridge you should (I guess) remember whatever I have been through. 

However, some time has passed after that and as I was busy with my business as well as with my profession I could not blog that much. However, on 4th December night, I remember I was on the train on my way to Ahmedabad, Gujrat (India) for some meeting stuff these memories came back to my mind.

Just to divert my mind when I logged in to facebook from my phone I saw something that made me believe that whatever happened to me or with me on Suicide bridge was not to harm me but to warn me that I was about to face. 

Remember I mentioned about that only person or “friend” whom I could think of on that situation on suicide bridge? I faced betrayal, treachery, the blame of falsification from that person. I was blamed about something which hurt me, and I have already decided to lodge a complaint against myself because he would not. I know I never did anything, but only if…  😒


However, about my Suicide Bridge experience, I now feel that it was a warning that was given to me that night which I could not understand. Have I not been so stupid, I would have realized earlier that I am about to be a scapegoat.

But I do not regret being a scapegoat. I regret that how could I not understand what was going to happen to with me. 

I do not know what entity was that but I am really thankful to it.

Copyright: With Love Moni

However, after 4th December 3 good things happened and my life is back on track.

I received an award for blogging on Mental Health awareness, you can now google my blog for mental illness and find me easily. 

2ndly I finally got transferred to the Educational Counseling department as a Student Psychologist. 😊😊

Yayyy..!!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

And lastly, I am back with the person for whom I had waited for so long. Yes, we had our share of issues and heck a lot of fights, I was misguided by people who I thought were my well-wishers. Moreover, I am happy now and I guess whatever happens there is always a definite reason behind that.πŸ˜‰ 

Well, I still do not date but I believe in love. Always did.

Because you never know πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜‰

152 thoughts on “Let It Go

  1. Komal says:

    Wow. Thanks for sharing this. It’s so important to know that you never know what people are going through. People should learn all facts and talk to you before they spread hurtful lies.

  2. Joanna says:

    Congratulations on your achievements! Life is about learning from every moment, so take that “friend” as a lesson and beware next time something similar is about to happen.

  3. Patricia-Ann Que says:

    glad to hear that you are back where you always wanted to be! we all have our pasts and some are good and some are not. whatever it may be it makes what of us now and we just need to be strong to move on.

  4. Stacie says:

    I think letting go is one of the best things we can learn to do for ourselves. There are a lot of people and situations out there which will hurt us. We can’t control a lot of it, but we can choose to move on.

  5. Konstantina says:

    You definitely deserve the award if you try to bring awareness to this important issue. I suffer from panic attacks and chronic depression and used to be so ashamed of it till a few years back. Great post ❀

  6. Ola @ WanderWithOla says:

    Congratulations on the achievement. It’s awesome how you have helped to bring awareness on Mental Health through your writings. I hope more and more people get inspired by what you’ve been doing. All the best!

  7. Surekha Busa says:

    I didn’t know what exactly happened.. But dear, you shouldn’t be a scapegoat at all. It’s good that you passed through that experience. We can all move on from the oast hurts. Time heals almost every wound.

  8. Clare Minall says:

    Oh wow, Congratulations on your achievements in life! I have been following your blog all the time and you definitely deserve all of that.

  9. kumamonjeng says:

    Congrats to you for being awarded for blogging on Mental Health awareness! Thats a great achivement. And followed by another two good news! The year end well for you! Good for you and happy Xmas.

  10. Samantha Immer says:

    Mental health awareness is so important. Thank you for sharing your story and showing people that there can be light in the dark. That bad things come to an end and that there are reasons to keep going.

  11. Ivelisse Estes says:

    That is amazing you got an award! I am happy you are with someone who makes you happy and loves you through the hard times.

  12. Dani Flanders says:

    You are so courageous for speaking so openly and vulnerably about mental health. It is so important that we all talk about it because so many people feel they are “alone” in how they feel and what they are struggling with. You are an inspiration and will accomplish great things!

  13. Erica D Ardali says:

    I love finding out the cool things people are doing. I myself suffer from anxiety and depression so I know first hand how devastating it can be and just how much no one else understands what you are going through. So finding little outlets and communities online can really help get you through the rough patches. Congrats on your award and by all means keep doing such an awesome job!

  14. Shar says:

    So glad to hear you are back in a good place now and learning from your experiences:). Congratulations on the recognition as well… that’s amazing!

  15. Jonah says:

    This is very wonderful and inspiring. Thank you a lot for sharing. I know you would inspire more. I am also very happy for you that you are now in a better place in life.

  16. Valerie says:

    Mental health is so important and something more people need to take seriously. Letting go of certain things or people can be hard, sometimes it needs time to work through.

  17. Ankita says:

    I am glad everything has gone beautifully for you. And I truly agree that letting it go is the biggest thing one should do for healthy living.

  18. Katie Beck says:

    Well first, congratulations on winning an award for blogging on such an important issue. Second, it sounds like you have great things coming your way and I am happy to see that you have a positive outlook on your future πŸ™‚

  19. LaKatwoman says:

    Congrats on being awarded. I used to suffer from severe depression and self-harm before as well. Meditation has helped me a release the desire to be either.

    More love and abundance to you

  20. Yeah Lifestyle says:

    What a powerful post! Its so wonderful that you have bounced back, won awards and moved to a job which you want and found a partner too. They say things happen for a reason…good reason here.

  21. Kristine Nicole Alessandra says:

    I agree with you. Everything happens for a reason. It may be painful or unclear when it happens, but eventually, we will see the good in it. Congratulations on your achievement and wishing you all the best in life.

  22. Jessica says:

    This is a truly inspiring post, I am not surprised that you have received a reward for the awareness you have brought to such a stigmatizing topic. Keep being you and thank you for sharing your story with us!

  23. Kemi says:

    That’s why you should take things people say about your relationship with a grain of salt. Many people do not wish others well and can fabricate issues. Always find out the back story before jumping to conclusions. Glad that your mental health is solid now.

  24. Sundeep says:

    Good to know that you are back on track. And congratulations on winning Mental Health awareness award. More power and success coming your way.

  25. Flyingkids says:

    Glad to hear that you’re back on track! Congratulations on your award! You’re really a great blogger and know that you deserve everything you have. Your journey is really inspiring and it’s worth a share to everyone πŸ™‚

  26. Moon says:

    So it seems your year is ending on a good note πŸ™‚ good to hear about your making progress in both professional and personal life. And congrats on your award!

  27. Anne says:

    I’m so happy things are picking up for you! Congratulation on your award – you really deserve it. I rarely see blogs that address mental health with the rawness and honesty that yours does and I am so grateful for it.

  28. Binge on Basics says:

    Congratulations on the award and best of luck for your future endeavours, because I know many more awards are on your way. Only a few people talk about mental health awareness. You are one of them and that makes you special

  29. Brandi Wiatrak says:

    That is awesome on your award! It is great that you blog about mental health. It is an important topic. And, you’re now a student psychologist?! You are on a roll with your achievements! Keep on rocking, girl! πŸ™‚

  30. BMB says:

    Mental Health is a hard thing to write about. I write about it too. Understanding mental illness really helps with the coping though. Congrats on the award and the transfer to be a student psychologist.

  31. Suzanne says:

    Congratulations and not only for the recognition you received, but above all for what your mental illness-related blog does every day talking about such an important topic!

  32. Gervin Khan says:

    First of all, I would like to congratulate your for getting that award that is such a great achievement for you. I am glad that after those bad experienced you are now getting those great things that really destined for you.

  33. Gladys Parker says:

    So happy for you that your life is back on track. We really should listen to those dreams-good or bad. There are far too many people who wish you harm or are jealous–getting rid of them is key to happiness.

  34. Stephanie Jeannot says:

    Glad you were able to get back at one and continue on your journey in peacefulness. The most important thing you can experience in life is being whole and being able to love the person you are. Without that, life will be very difficult to get by.

  35. Nico says:

    That s so nice to read about your achievements, so glad for you πŸ™‚ and congrats, you are strong and great, keep up your amazing work!

  36. Nicola Ferretti says:

    That s so nice to hear about your achievements dear! Congrats for them, working hard always pays off πŸ˜‰ keep it up, you are great πŸ˜€

  37. blair villanueva says:

    Sometimes letting go gives you an opportunity to ease the burden and welcome new opportunities. Never keep the (bad) past. Learning to let go easily could mean that you can easily moved forward.

  38. Catherine Santiago Jose says:

    Wow, that was a really beautiful story and I am glad that you are now back on your blogging craft and congratulations to your achievements. I think you are really destined for a greater opportunity.

  39. Clarice says:

    I have always believed that everything happens for a reason. Thank you for sharing your story with us and congratulations on your achievements. Looking forward to hearing more great things from you.

  40. Gervin Khan says:

    This is truly an inspiring life story and I am glad that you are able to overcome everything that came into your life. Congrats and goodluck to your journey.

  41. Tina A says:

    Thank you for sharing and bringing awareness to suicide. I have had friends and family over the years who accomplished their suicide goals and it is incredible sad to say the least. so much anger and hurt and loss for those who have survived. I’m so glad you are hear to share your story and how much you have accomplished…. very inspiring and wishing you well

  42. Rupy says:

    First of all, Thanks for sharing this post. I love your posts. One post that you shared on depression was so good and totally relatable to me. Secondly, congratulations on your achievements. You totally deserve these.

  43. Taryn says:

    You are proof that one can turn a challenging situation into a positive message that can help many people. Keep up the good work.

  44. Shweta koul says:

    Congratulation on your achievement and keep the positive spirit high. Life is full of ups and downs sometimes it is not at all fair but we have to stay strong and try to let the things that makes you feel low. Thanks for sharing.

  45. Christa says:

    Congratulations on your award! It’s winderful to be recognized for all the hard work you do I’m happy to hear that things are coming together for you.

  46. Kristine Nicole Alessandra says:

    Congratulations! It sure feels good to receive recognition. I am happy for all the positive things that have happened in your life. For the “not so good” events, treat them as life lessons. You’ll be thankful you did.

  47. Bindu Thomas says:

    Great achievements! Letting go and learning from your experiences are two important lessons in life. Thanks for sharing!

  48. Geraline Batarra says:

    Well i don’t know what exactly happened to you at the Suicides Bridge. But just like what miss universe 2018 said. We should through the silver linings of everything. And that’s what you did.

  49. Jennifer Prince says:

    It’s so important to learn from the things we go through. I have to always ask myself what I can learn – you are definitely in the right direction! πŸ™‚

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