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[accordion title=’Introduction from Ritu‘]Milan Dijju, as I call her lovingly and respectfully (Dijju means big sister in Nepali), is one of the strongest women I have ever met. Her strength is in her sensitivity. Even after being diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder in her early twenties, she didn’t forget empathy and continues to put others before her, which included her three beautiful kids, her parents, her sister who is one of my best friends and even my Mum, who she has accepted as her own Auntie. Dijju, thank you for loving us with such a pure heart and with so much innocence. Milan Dijju, I love you and look up to you. [/accordion]

My name is Milan and I live in Toronto, Canada.

The hardest things I had to do in 2014

To make a decision to go back to school.

What I learnt from all this

To Believe in myself and work hard on to achieve my goal.

Some accomplishments from 2014 that I’m proud of and happy about…

Being stronger everyday no matter how difficult a day or situation in my life is.

If you are feeling down at this time of year, my tip is

To tell you that there isn’t anything such as days that are always good days, so feeling down is completely fine. To help yourself out of the problem and situation is possible. It may take time, but we can do it.

My intention for 2015 is

To not look back but try to move on with life being positive, healthy happy and motivated.

milan kcIn 2015, I am the Queen of compassionate care, hard working,honesty and to give generously to others in need.




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