Journal Entry #2: Closure

I do not think closure exists. In terms of a relationship, I mean. Even if a person tells you why they didn’t choose you, it doesn’t make it any more bearable. It doesn’t give the feeling of finality that it should. At first, it might give you an illusion of finality but ultimately, all it does is give you one more thing to analyze over and over.

I think that there are some things that will hurt forever for longer than they should. And maybe the hurt will reduce in intensity over time but there will be things that you will think about and still have that unsettling feeling in the pit of your stomach. It doesn’t mean that you aren’t happy or that you haven’t moved on, there are just some things that will have that effect on you; people that will always have that effect on you and that’s okay.

E.

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12 thoughts on “Journal Entry #2: Closure

  1. Lots of truth in this. This does not relate to only romatic relationships.. even those who lose loved ones, even if God told them why it wont make it better.Good job.

  2. I think closure does exist, I have experienced it at least. But I don’t think it happens every time.
    Your heart has to just understand that that relationship ending may be a good thing for your future, and it’s like it never happened.

    1. I’m glad it has worked for you. For me, not so much. Unless closure means letting go of unanswered questions, then maybe it has :). Thank you for reading this !

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