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I tried to forget that first kiss. I tried to forget how warm your cold lips had felt against mine. I tried to forget how warm I had felt when you had held me closer to you. I tried to forget how the sounds of our breath had broken the silence around. I tried to forget the touch of your skin against mine. I tried to forget how my heart would flutter each time I would wait I tried to forget that first kiss. I tried to forget how warm your cold lips had felt against mine. I tried to forget how warm I had felt when you had held me closer to you. I tried to forget how the sounds of our breath had broken the silence around. I tried to forget the touch of your skin against mine. I tried to forget how my heart would flutter each time I would wait for you. I tried to forget how you had understood my silence and my tears. I tried to forget how I would yearn for your touch, your smile and your sparkling laughter. I tried to forget her with whom I saw you later. I tried to forget how she must have felt in the embrace which was mine. I tried not to think how she must have made you feel. I tried to erase all the memories, but I could not erase you. This is not a love story. It is a story about love and marriage. This is a tale of emotions a betrayed spouse goes through. To stay or not to stay! To forgive and move on! Every Betrayal is different, but every betrayal destroys the one betrayed. A journey of a Betrayed spouse towards self love and healing.


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I tried to forget that first kiss. I tried to forget how warm your cold lips had felt against mine. I tried to forget how warm I had felt when you had held me closer to you. I tried to forget how the sounds of our breath had broken the silence around. I tried to forget the touch of your skin against mine. I tried to forget how my heart would flutter each time I would wait I tried to forget that first kiss. I tried to forget how warm your cold lips had felt against mine. I tried to forget how warm I had felt when you had held me closer to you. I tried to forget how the sounds of our breath had broken the silence around. I tried to forget the touch of your skin against mine. I tried to forget how my heart would flutter each time I would wait for you. I tried to forget how you had understood my silence and my tears. I tried to forget how I would yearn for your touch, your smile and your sparkling laughter. I tried to forget her with whom I saw you later. I tried to forget how she must have felt in the embrace which was mine. I tried not to think how she must have made you feel. I tried to erase all the memories, but I could not erase you. This is not a love story. It is a story about love and marriage. This is a tale of emotions a betrayed spouse goes through. To stay or not to stay! To forgive and move on! Every Betrayal is different, but every betrayal destroys the one betrayed. A journey of a Betrayed spouse towards self love and healing.

10 review for That Year I Found Me: A Tale of Healing and Self Discovery

  1. 4 out of 5

    Shinde

    A tale of 2 cities, 2 hearts and 2 women. Actually the same woman. Neha is a dreamer and an escapist, but she takes life head-on when it serves her a nightmare within a fairytale. When her husband strays, she mourns ‘not the loss of him’, but the loss of her ‘bubble of perfection.’ Moving from denial to despair to depression to discovery (self) she embodies every betrayed woman. Her final decision may seem like the anti-thesis of feminism – or perhaps its braver version. Does it take more streng A tale of 2 cities, 2 hearts and 2 women. Actually the same woman. Neha is a dreamer and an escapist, but she takes life head-on when it serves her a nightmare within a fairytale. When her husband strays, she mourns ‘not the loss of him’, but the loss of her ‘bubble of perfection.’ Moving from denial to despair to depression to discovery (self) she embodies every betrayed woman. Her final decision may seem like the anti-thesis of feminism – or perhaps its braver version. Does it take more strength to forgive or to blame? Is there greater joy in cribbing or carving a new identity? More importantly, why allow others to judge your decisions? Dr. Nasa has clearly etched viewpoints. Stressing the importance of communication in an honest marriage, she writes -‘We avoided confrontations to avoid hurting each other. In the process, we ended up hurting even more.’ Other sparkling one-liners include – ‘I was like a cactus in the vast desert - succulent enough to survive, yet too thorny to have anyone near me.’ Her protagonist’s growing confidence echoes as - ‘If he erred again it would be his loss, not mine.’ She treats her rival with the minimal space she deserves, thus rightfully keeping the focus on Neha’s turmoil with herself. The author’s own positive approach (and Neha’s) is mirrored by the way her tale ends with ‘The beginning.’ It sure is a bright beginning for Dr. Nasa. Here’s to many more forays into writing.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sonia Chatterjee

    Neha and Akash, sweethearts from medical school get married and soon become the parents of a baby boy Pihu. They have a near-perfect marriage. A chance discovery of a hidden message sets Neha on a path of figuring out the bitter truth about Akash’s extramarital affair with Sophie. While Akash had already accepted his mistake and moved away from the affair much before Neha discovered it, facing her biggest fear of losing the man she loves, leaves Neha hollow and depressed. Whether Neha decides to Neha and Akash, sweethearts from medical school get married and soon become the parents of a baby boy Pihu. They have a near-perfect marriage. A chance discovery of a hidden message sets Neha on a path of figuring out the bitter truth about Akash’s extramarital affair with Sophie. While Akash had already accepted his mistake and moved away from the affair much before Neha discovered it, facing her biggest fear of losing the man she loves, leaves Neha hollow and depressed. Whether Neha decides to part ways or forgive Akash is unraveled during the course of the book. Here's my detailed analysis of the book https://soniasmusings.com/2018/06/15/...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Pranitha

    A story spun straight from the heart. A story about one woman - her dreams, her fantasies, confusions, the strings that bind her and those that shouldn’t, love, regret and everything in between - for a society of people who draw boundaries and choose to keep them as per their conveniences and choices.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Linda Freeman

  5. 4 out of 5

    praveen menon

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ketan Kulkarni

  7. 5 out of 5

    Bhagyashree Khaladkar

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ruchi

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tom Carden

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jay Schatz

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