Sorry girls but for my part you seem to largely underestimate the depressive risk linked to the forced wearing of the belt
The fact that you are all more or less resigned to wearing your belt does not imply that all the other girls can be in the same state of mind as you.
Indeed, in the face of a trauma, not everybody reacts in the same way. What I reproach you for is to transpose your state of mind by thinking that it is a universal reality.
Imagine the case of an individual wrongfully sentenced to life imprisonment for a crime he did not commit. He can reason in two different ways:
Either he deduces that this life is definitely done and he plans to end his life to shorten his suffering.
Either he still retains hope in the judicial system by saying that his innocence will be proven and that he will be able to hope to live better days while waiting for a hypothetical release date.
Compared to my example, you are all in the second case. Indeed you have not committed any offense under the law and you all expect your release date (day of your marriage)
However, you could also admit that other girls might be much more desperate than you to have been faced with such an injustice. And unfortunately in this case, their depressive state could lead them to think that they have nothing to expect from life and they could be tempted to end their day by pure despair.
We would, I believe, all agree that a break in love even terribly painful to live should never lead a person to end his life. And yet we can not deny that such acts of despair exist.
As I said everyone reacts in totally different ways to trauma and it is for this reason that I sincerely think that you make a serious mistake of appreciation by considering only the reality of the girls writing on this forum.
The other girls who have not been mentally strong enough to bear their sad condition will unfortunately never be able to share it with you since they will no longer be of this world.