Fighting someone else is easy, but a person’s greatest fight is the one he/she has to fight with him/herself on daily basis. Ankita was a bipolar patient and is looking forward to starting her new life locking away her past. But is it the right way to deal with it? This book taught me how one can never lock their past away. It will always find a way back in your life. The only way to deal with it is to accept it, to accept the mistakes you have made, to accept the wrongs you have been through. Only then you will be able to make peace with it and grow out of it.
The emotional Turmoil, the anxiety, the insecurities, and the hopes Ankita, along with lots of life lessons she got, is something that everyone can correlate to. I like the way she messed up and obsessive thoughts are mentioned in the book. Breaking down the stigma around mental health, this book helps us see mental illness from the perspective of the person that suffers from it day in and day out.