Closure can be that elusive term that you think you need in order to move forward with your life after a breakup. Achieving closure can be different for everyone, so for some it’s a conversation, finding answers to unanswered questions, an apology or just an understanding why the relationship ended. You might never get closure but it is possible you will reach a point when you start to feel ok and moving forward is an option that is achievable.
Jen’s 10 year relationship had progressivity declined, the romance had gone and neither party were actively making the necessary changes to fix things. Part of Jen’s healing process was to travel solo and journal her thoughts and feelings. She also threw herself into the dating scene as part of her recovery process as well as taking better care of her health and well-being.
Divorce force is an online community that is committed to empowering those affected by divorce. Greg Frank one of the co-founders explains how Divorce Force supports, educates, and answers many of your questions, which in turn helps you to navigate all aspects of divorce. Visit their web site www.divorceforce.com for further information and download their free app.
There are so many stages you go through when dealing with your relationship breakup and these stages must be dealt with and worked through if you want to get over some one you loved after your breakup. While it is rarely easy, it is possible to move forward with your life. You can heal after your breakup and you can get over some one you loved.