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Posted by Mahima Sharma
July 18, 2017

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Being different as a child always leaves you in doubting yourself. ‘Alag hu bhaut’ type lines hammer your brain again and again and again.
Let me tell you one thing straight , it’s never going to be easy for a kid who has been mentally abused and scarred at the age of 12, been a part of ragging in college, called ugly several time in school life, being judged for mature behaviour among other kids.
Apart from all these incidents, one thing I have been taught by my parents is ‘Treat good anyway’. No, I’m not saying that I kept the promise of treating good but didn’t treat anyone bad as well.

I’m one of those child, who always craved for a normal life and happiness which other kids felt at my age. But I felt those happy and sane things never. I repeat ‘never’. Period.

Bhagwan aur apni kuch jamti nahi hai

I was a kid born with ‘Dextrocardia’ which is a rare heart condition in which your heart points toward the right side of your chest instead of the left side. Dextrocardia is congenital, which means people are born with this abnormality. Haha, wondering about me, no ?

Life isn’t any bollywood movie, Rajje and unfortunately, I’m no LUCK movie wala ‘Imran Khan’. So, doctors advised an immediate operation when I was 14 and not only once, It’s like frequent operations in a row, and those operations left some permanent marks on me, inside out.


“Arey tum toh bhaut chupp rehti ho ?”
#oldschoollife (: #unsaid

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