Captivity refers to ways in which women unconsciously self-destruct to free themselves from all kinds of social and psychological pressures and worries. They often do this to relieve pressure on social relations and establish a more harmonious relationship with society. In many situations, taking these actions may be the only way to deal with everything from politics to religion to traditional gender-oriented power dynamics. However, these actions often have the opposite effect in destroying a person’s relationships with the community and surroundings over time. Eventually, allowing themselves to be chained ends any connection with the world around them while creating its own mental conflict. For many women, this is their reality, though they are often completely unaware of this bondage. But because of the often-invisible nature of these constraints, many of them are willing to destroy their universe and surroundings.