Saturday, January 16, 2016

No, You Don’t Need ‘Closure’ - WSJ

 "The reality is that closure is a myth. My personal and professional experience with those who have lost friends and family, including children, has taught me that going on with life is not the same as gaining closure. The wound of loss is a part of each person’s life forever. We continue to think about those dear to us, though perhaps not every day or with the same intensity. Recollection is sometimes provoked by a date on the calendar or, less predictably, by a sight, sound, aroma, melody or place that evokes the missing person."



No, You Don’t Need ‘Closure’ - WSJ

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