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Are Closure Conversations Necessary After A Break-Up?
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Are Closure Conversations Necessary After A Break-Up?


Break-ups are hardly ever the result of just one thing. Often, there are a combination of issues that eventually cause the relationship to end. It can be difficult to pinpoint exactly which issue put the final nail in the coffin because relationships just aren't that simple. Still, we often seek to find the perfect answers as to why a relationship didn't survive.

Research has defined closure as "knowing the reason a romantic relationship was terminated and no longer feeling emotional attachment or pain, thereby allowing for the establishment of new and healthy relationships." Here's some insight on navigating this tricky concept...

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