Manisha koirala accepted cancer as a gift
Manisha Koirala, who has won an intense fight against ovarian cancer, feels the sickness came into her life as a blessing. She trusts her vision is currently more honed, her brain is presently clearer and her point of view is currently realigned as a result of it.
As she finishes six years of being malignant growth free, the 90s genius opened up about her adventure and the exercises she learned en route in her up and coming diary Healed: How Cancer Gave Me a New Life.
Koirala says her book is an aftereffect of extraordinary soul-looking and she has dove profound into a dull, endless pit of difficult recollections to weave out a story.
“It has taken a lot of courage to confront and relive my experiences. But I needed to do so in order to become a true storyteller for the readers’ sake as well as my own,”
Koirala was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012. “The poor lifestyle I had been leading made my body susceptible to diseases. Had it not been cancer, some other malady would have struck me. In hindsight, on a dark, lonely night, I still wonder what it could have been and whether it would have been better or worse,” she writes in the book. “I think cancer came into my life as a gift. My vision is sharper, my mind clearer, my perspective realigned. I have succeeded in transforming my passive-aggressive anger and anxiety into more peaceful expressions.”
She then turned to alcohol to help her cope. “Alcohol came to my rescue. I loved the feeling of confidence it gave me, loosening me up, wiping out my inhibitions. Fortified by drinks, my shyness disappeared and I became quite at ease while socialising. Emboldened, I took to drinking more and more…”