They say over time will heal all wounds. They say that hurt is a feeling to embrace and let it pass because it doesn’t define you. For personal development and character growth, it’s a multifaceted process. In this personal note, I’m going to talk about myself changing over time as a result of the experiences I’ve had with trust and letting go

Letting go of the past has been the most freeing thing I have done yet.
Letting go of the past has been the most freeing thing I have done yet.

Letting Go for “Me”

Looking in the mirror today is a very different person than even two years ago. Since then, I have shifted my values and allegiances to accept what is present. What I value most is trust, loyalty, passion, and honesty. But what I have learned is the dependency on others is the highest risk to my life. If something goes slightly wrong or totally wrong, I can choose as an individual to close that door and open another door. I have learned to accept the realities of life challenges, stray away from the attractive world of self-pity, and invested in myself with self-care and self-love. 

Letting Go in Different Circumstances

Stephen Colbert had an interview with Anderson Cooper wherein the topic of grief he said, “It’s a gift to exist and with existence comes suffering. There’s no escaping that. you have to accept it with gratitude.”

Cee Ng

Hello, I’m Cee! I’m a lifestyle blogger during my downtime and a consultant and producer during the day. This blog is to share experiences in travel, work, beauty, relationships, cooking, shopping and lifestyle tips that I hope can inspire you to live the best version of yourself in whichever stage you are in life and have fun with no regrets!