Is a woman actually happy? Do they get their worth in their family, in society?

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Is a woman actually happy

Suicide committed by, the aspiring model Priyanka Kapoor Chawla apparently again raises this question. Defence Colony resident allegedly killed herself and this lively girl took the extreme step because of her abusive husband. A girl who was once lively and life of all parties turned recluse after she dated her Husband Nitin. She apparently cut ties from her social circle and even logged off from Facebook. People who know her are still to come close to terms that such a jovial fun loving girl has taken such an extreme step.

Investigation so far – Priyanka Kapoor Chawla Suicide Case

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Police has been working headway in to solving the case as the woman’s family members and friends have been consecutively claiming that it is a clear cut murder case. The police investigation states that Nitin Chawla, victim’s husband was home at the time of Kapoor’s suicide. Ramneek Pantal, a wedding planner, says, Her husband didn’t approve of her social life and did not want his girlfriend to continue work.

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A note for the women of the masses- Suicide is not a solution, it cowardice

Salute to those set of women who try to appear strong when they are not, who hold their head high all along and vent their emotions behind closed doors, who slog day in and out at workplace and home to do all things just perfectly right during life’s every tide, to all those women who want to flutter their wings and set themselves free from all the agony and the pain they are going through.

I know, it’s easier said than done; its not easy to open the door of the cage and soar high. There is a lot holding you back, your past, present and the future. I know it is a difficult call to take, its like downsizing your life in the so called society, wherein to enrich others lives you need to give up your dreams, desires and dwell in holding on to the torch of faith- in the believe you will someday get your worth in your family, in the society, from your near and dear ones.

Hold on, be strong, and give your best till you feel it is worth holding on. I know the battle you are fighting within you is much more difficult than the battle of living in disrespect. Settling for less than you deserve, being afraid to speak authentically and being overly concerned about other’s thoughts of you are all signs of not knowing your worth. Swallow your voice to an extent that it does not drown you, kill the inner you. Knowing self worth is a gradual process that happens with time and conscious efforts to change.

Remember, every woman has the power and is in every way worth deserving respect and fulfilling love life. I wish every woman on this earth walks through this life of womanhood joyfully and fulfills her destiny by taking complete charge of her life, leading a life of joy, contentment, self-discovery and inner peace.

Suicide is being weak and leaving your loved ones alive, yet dead.

May justice prevail!

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4 COMMENTS

  1. I disagree with some points mentioned in the article, specifically when you say ‘A note for the women of the masses- Suicide is not a solution, it cowardice’. That could be your personal opinion, for which you are definitely entitled, but it is flawed. Being in a safe place, it is infinitely easier to say that suicidal tendencies mean that you are running away from the situation, but the woman who has been battered, bruised, and stripped of every shred of her self-respect and dignity is surely not acting our of ‘cowardice’. One cannot even imagine the untold horrors that await this woman each day. Yes, there is strength in facing these things day in and out, but the inability to do anything about it, the helplessness, the feeling of being stuck and not being able to get out, feeling that there is no one who understands and supports you, is the worst prison imaginable. Some would say that suicide in fact takes the greatest amount of courage imaginable; others would say that the moment of suicide is when there is complete apathy towards life. And to say that a person committing suicide does not think about friends and family is plain wrong. The person is wrought with guilt. Can you not imagine, the person is choosing to end their life (if we can call it a real choice), choosing to put themselves out of their misery knowing well of the pain that it would bring their loved ones. And even if they do not think of friends and family, one can scarcely blame them. It is so apparent that everything seems to have failed you and the only recourse seems to end your life. Look at the suicide note, it is a desperate plea for justice, because that justice was not delivered in life. Another statement that I find even more dangerous than the first – ‘who hold their head high all along and vent their emotions behind closed doors, who slog day in and out at workplace and home to do all things just perfectly right during life’s every tide’ – where is the strength in hiding such extreme violation behind closed doors? Is there really any glory in being ‘perfect’ in the workplace and at home while being completely broken from inside? I am sorry, but this is exactly the kind of sentiment and belief that has forced many women to end their lives – because they have to either be that perfection or be labelled lazy, worthless, and much more that is infinitely more derogatory. Let us not expect any one, man or woman, to either be an image or perfection or be completely worthless. Let us not be alright with keeping matters behind closed doors. Let us be rid of some bizarre epitome of womanhood and define it as an image of strength. Strength comes from empathy and support, not conforming to some ideal that does nothing for you except shame you and ridicule you for being any different.

  2. Hi Rima,

    Thanks for writing your opinion and I completely agree that we have no idea of anybody’s pain until and unless we go through it ..

    You also said some people believe “suicide in fact takes the greatest amount of courage imaginable; others would say that the moment of suicide is when there is complete apathy towards life”

    Everybody is entitled to their opinion and so are these who think suicide is courageous..What I believe is that every body has their moment of weakness where the thought that nothing worse can happen to them gets into their mind.I am sure when they think this their motivation is all time low and little bit of doctor help might pull them up.Rage , emotions,anger whatever a person goes through at one point of time in their life don’t value “that much” after 10 years which person doesn’t realize at all when they are ending their life.

    But if you support suicide then its completely wrong .Even Google doesn’t support it .You should do a search query of how to do suicide and you will see a long encouraging blog post of why not to do it.

    More so suicide is a criminal offence how can one think of encouraging it anyway saying we don’t know what hell other person is going through.

    Talking about putting up a good phase..I believe in it ..I can not keep crying about my issues all the time..What impression will I give to my child if I do that ..You can not be just yourself all the time and give hoots to everything around.

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