Posts tagged "closure"

A Great Way To Mourn Guys Who’ve Ghosted

When your Tinder date stands you up , or God forbid, the guy you've been dating disappears into thin air, it can be mind-boggling to try to figure out what went…
By: Ami Angelowicz / March 21, 2014

Girl Talk: Finding Closure After A Non-Breakup

It’s really difficult to talk about the end of a relationship when you haven’t exactly had a breakup. “Well, how did it end?” someone inevitably asks. "Umm … I left him a heart-wrenching voicemail," seems too embarrassing an answer. I dated someone for more…
By: AnnMarie Carson / March 10, 2014

Girl Talk: Do I Really Need To Know Why He Dumped Me?

I probably could have written the Modern Love essay, Exit Left, Wordlessly, in this past Sunday's New York Times. Not that I could have penned it better than writer Aimee Lee Ball, just that I have a story which is frighteningly similar. Ball's tale is about breaking up with a man only to have…
By: Ami Angelowicz / January 17, 2012

How To Get Closure In Your Relationship

How did I miss this masterpiece at the library by author Big Boom? What a funky nom de plume by the way! I look forward to learning more about how to keep my legs closed. [This Isn't Happiness]…
By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / June 30, 2011

8 Ways To Get Closure When A Relationship Ends

If anyone ever figured out how to bottle the ability to achieve closure after a relationship ends, they would be rich and famous. As someone who has stumbled in finding closure a few times in my life, all I can say for sure is how it feels. It feels peaceful; it feels freeing, like taking…
By: Ami Angelowicz / December 1, 2010

In The Digital Age, Deleting Him Is Essential To Getting Over Him

When my boyfriend Alex and I broke up, there wasn't any of that traditional end-of-relationship stuff. No drawn-out arguments, no trading-back of stuff, no dividing of friends. In a way, I suppose, this should have made things easier—no muss, no fuss. Looking back, however, I wish our breakup was harder and a bit more involved.
By: Leonora Epstein / December 3, 2009