What if There’s Never Any Closure?

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What if There’s Never Any Closure?

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What if There’s Never Any Closure?

“Those things we can’t find closure on, they haunt us. They pop up in our dreams, and creep into our thoughts in idle moments…” Lisa Unger

 

Kristen and her husband were together for 11 years. She thought they had a happy life: they had two amazing boys, a beautiful home and both were happy in their careers. Sure, there were times that they were disconnected as a couple, but she never felt like their marriage was in trouble.

Until her husband asked her for a divorce.

He said he didn’t love her anymore. He said there was someone ...continue reading...

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It’s Easier to Walk Away from Marriage in Anger and Hurt

“The soul always speaks, and sometimes it speaks the loudest when we block its flow, when we live only half of a life, when we stay on the surface…If we don’t go looking for what lies beneath the surface of our lives, the soul comes looking for us.” Elizabeth Lesser, Broken Open

My client, Deborah admitted to me that she and her husband have avoided intimate talks and difficult discussions for a long time. She said they talked about their jobs, the kids, the neighbors, the home – but they never spoke about the things that really mattered. They ...continue reading...

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