Dear Younger Self,
You are strong, you will realize it soon.
Family is very important, spend time as much as possible so that you don’t regret later.
Your mom loves you, dad does too, even now, even though he is not here now to tell this himself.
There is no need to be angry and confused at the same time, he is always with you.
As you get older, you will understand that it is going to get easier and it is going to hurt less. I promise.
You are going to meet some great (“special”) people who will make your life better and some terrible ones too.
Terrible ones will make you appreciate the great ones.
Some will help you tranform yourself into your “best version”.
They will make you think if you really deserve all that love from them.
Never doubt your instict, never doubt if you are doing something wrong, never doubt your worth.
You don’t need someone to tell you how great you are because you should already know that.
THIS IS YOUR STORY.
FRAME IT YOURSELF.
THE NEXT PAGE & THE NEXT CHAPTER.
Don’t try to impress people who don’t like you, it’s their loss and don’t let them change you.
DON’T LET ANYONE ELSE CONTROL YOUR LIFE.
In a few years, you will fall in love with a person, who is going to change you in to a “better version” of yourself, like I mentioned before.
Life is going to be beautiful than ever.
That person is going to be so proud of you, proud of your flaws, proud of your decisions, mistakes and yourself more than you are.
I am proud of you.
You are strong and you will be forever.
Thanks for reading. If you’ve read fully, I thank you for doing so. I have ended this letter with tears, going past my life, which I never do these days. This letter was my contribution to #womensdayblogparty.
I want to thank all the hosts:
I would like to thank Latika Ratti for introducing me in her blog. Do read her blog post by clicking the link below.
I would also like to introduce Surbhi Mahobia, a fellow momma, and an amazing blogger. Do check out her post too.