Kashmir - An Artisan soap as complicated and layered as . - vidyut.info/shop/soaps/kashmir

The design of this soap will keep changing as you use it and new layers are revealed - do see the photos of the making in the link.

Silenced Valley - An Artisan soap inspired by . - vidyut.info/shop/soaps/silence

This soap is a memory capsule of sorts with a saffron flower and chinar leaves in their autumn glory. Buy the soap and keep waiting for the day you can finally use it.

Kashmir - An Artisan soap as complicated and layered as . - vidyut.info/shop/soaps/kashmir

The design of this soap will keep changing as you use it and new layers are revealed - do see the photos of the making in the link.

Silenced Valley - An Artisan soap inspired by . - vidyut.info/shop/soaps/silence

This soap is a memory capsule of sorts with a saffron flower and chinar leaves in their autumn glory. Buy the soap and keep waiting for the day you can finally use it.

Don't fail yourself and it is near guaranteed that one way or the other, some combination of the wide range of support out there in the world WILL come through for you.

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There are women's cells. There are organizations that help with everything from exiting abuse to shelter. There are organizations, individual lawyers to provide legal assistance, protection officers. There is an entire system. Maybe it isn't perfect, but it can't all fail, right?

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Finally, by support, I'm not just talking of friends or family or social media or social workers. You'd be surprised that many cops "get it". Yes, all don't, but you don't need to adopt the police. All you need is to find the few - who are oten handling cases like yours.

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The support isn't missing. There IS support. Your fear that it would be refused and you would be further hurt prevents you from seeking it, and thus prevents you from finding it.

Support yourself. The world will follow your example.

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Dump everyone who tells you that you cannot or should not do it. The decision is yours and should be made with YOUR interests in mind.

"Justice" or even seeking it or not aside, asserting your preferences is the start of the healing journey. To own yourself, flaws and all.

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Stop shaming yourself. Stand up for what you think is your right. The rest will fall into place.

Also, when you are depressed and don't see hope, you don't recognize support you have. Once YOU insist on justice, your ability to SEE the numerous people who support switches on.

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It does not matter whether cops are interested, whether courts understand or not. The law does recognize mental abuse. You can seek justice.

Even if you don't win, there is healing in fighting back rather than cowering or trying to pretend that you weren't stripped of dignity.

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