When relationships — whether romantic or platonic — fall apart, we are left trying to navigate the pain while picking up the messy pieces.
However, before we can focus on the next chapter, we still may need to dwell on the whats, the whys and the hows of all that unfolded.
How do we tie up the loose ends? How can you prevent yourself from playing the game of ‘what could have been?’
You can do that through a process known as closure. Even if you can’t obtain closure with the other person involved, you can do it with and for yourself. It’s a way to come to terms with what was lost, and a way to find your inner strength and resiliency to move forward.
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