This week’s episode is all about closure. Why do we seek it? How can we get it? Do others owe us closure when a relationship ends? Can we get closure on our own or does it require participation from another person?
Join Tracey and I as we tackle these questions, talk about how we’ve found closure in our own lives, and offer advice on how to find closure on your own when the person with whom you have ended a relationship isn’t available to assist in that process.
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Resources related to this episode:
Forgive For Good by Frederic Luskin
Be the Person You Want to Find by Cheri Huber
The Wisdom of a Broken Heart by Susan Piver
Broken Open by Elizabeth Lesser
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