Here is a heart-stirring article that I came across in Times of India yesterday. I feel a special connect with the lady. World is a small place, and some of you or your friends must know this NIFTian who graduated around 1999. I wrote a small article for her to get over her trauma. Plz share so it reaches her.
I feel a special connect with you as I myself am a NIFT graduate and moved to Chicago after getting married. Though I, by no means, was harassed by my husband, I come across women who are, in my work as a Life Coach. Your vivid description suggests you are still holding to your past tightly. I understand that this is a complicated case, and it’s not easy to comment or advice, though I’m determined to make others’ quality of life better, and this is an effort towards that. You may think that I’m presenting an oversimplified solution to an intricate problem, and that it may work for others, but not for you. If that’s the case then I suggest you to take a beginner’s mindset and give it a try. This solution is only based on the situation overview as read here: http://bit.ly/1jBexjl. However, it’s completely at your discretion to accept it or not. If you do, I think this is a good start to a changed mindset. I believe you can be the same bubbly person you were two decades back, only more mature & in control of your life.
The solution propagates four thoughts, and empowers you to be the full in-charge of your life. I’d encourage you to replace and earlier thought with a new thought. Again, it is only based on the overview of the problem. I know there is more to the case like court hearings, your daughter etc. For more help, I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, or in the comments section here.