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Closure need not come from a face to face meeting. It is more a state of mind. Meeting may actually make it harder to move on. Sometimes, it's important to let time do the healing.
I wouldn't know because I have never been in love before this. But I guess it all depends on the intensity of your relationship. If it meant everything to you at some point of your life, then I guess a face to face closure should help in the healing process or at least in removing all of the old memories..hope this helps..
As important as the people once involved want it to be. If you feel, having a final chat will make it easier, then go ahead. But know that all questions may not be answered and you may leave feeling worse than before. But if not talking is wrecking your peace of mind, it's best to go ahead.
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Why do men shy away from relationship discussions?
Why do men think that helping the wife is shameful or makes them henpecked?
You think too much!
Can't help feeling jealous
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Do we often make the 'mistake' of placing our partner above ourselves when we are in love?
Has it happened with you? You sent a naughty photograph of yours to someone when things were going good. And regretted it when things weren't so good?
Is it love when it is more than friendship but less than love?
It feels like everyone is shying away from commitment these days. Why are we getting so commitment-phobic?
Lusting for someone else while in a relationship. How ethical or moral is that?
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