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Model Anam Tanoli’s sudden demise has caused an aura of despair within the entertainment industry as many have now come forward to share their personal experiences with anxiety, depression, and bullying. Among such celebrities who have shown support and grief, is singing sensation Momina Mustehsan, who penned her thoughts in an open letter to the deceased.

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Momina posted a picture of herself on Instagram and wrote: “This is a picture of me from when I was going through turmoil not very long ago. It happens to the best of us. Mental health is just as important as physical health, and we all hit points in our lives sometimes when all seems to be falling out of our control.”

Addressing Anam, she wrote, “Dear Anam, I’m sorry you had to give up. I’m sorry I didn’t understand the intensity of how much you were hurting. I know you were trying your best to be positive and you were a champ. I was super proud of how far you had come in the 9 years I had known you and the person you had grown to become. I swear you had the strength to keep fighting back, staying strong, and standing tall.”

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“Fortunately or unfortunately, with the growth of social media, random people’s uncalled-for opinions and hate speech make their way to us, Momina further wrote advising not to pay attention to hate speech and online bullying.

“Now more than ever, we need to learn to love and value ourselves, and KNOW our own selves and our own worth, so that peoples opinions of us don’t get to us and impact our perception of ourselves.”