6 Powerful Ways to Create Your Own Closure After Divorce

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In an ideal world, you and your ex would work together to acheive a sense of closure for both of you. This is not an ideal world.


Here are some indicators that you’re seeking closure –

Do you feel stuck after divorce?

Are you waiting for an apology or an explanation?

Do you want to be able to find closure from your divorce and move on?

If so, I have some good news for you. You CAN find closure. And you can do it alone.

Here’s how!


21 thoughts on “6 Powerful Ways to Create Your Own Closure After Divorce

  1. No. 4 is good to hear. At times I have second guessed if I started dating too soon. As I look back, it was the right decision because it gave me something positive in my life during the finalization of the “business transaction”. It was not easy to date after 29 years of marriage but has been the best thing to happen. πŸ™‚

  2. I was lucky enough to have closure as soon as I walked out of the courtroom. I was so emotionally checked out of the relationship I couldn’t wait for the judge to put it to rest. My divorce took about two years to finish. It was more like a war with plenty of casualties. I know everybody’s divorce is different and my case is not like everybody else’s. I did however have some lingering feelings of sadness, mostly for my kids. I was still very pissed off at my ex for dragging our kids into the firestorm and all of the false accusations. What I found beneficial to me was writing my thoughts about the whole thing down. This morphed into two books. One very long one and one that was an afternoon read. I actually published the shorter one. You don’t have to write a book, but writing down your thoughts can be very beneficial in getting closure and your own mental health.

      1. I was never into writing. The problems in my marriage made me one πŸ™‚ found new friends here too. something positive out of a bad situation πŸ™‚

    1. Isra, Even if you never publish a word, it feels so good just to write about your divorce. It is a very healthy way to vent! Good luck to you and I would love to see your work.

  3. Loved this post. Thank you. Had been thinking on these lines. Was reassuring to read this. Its not physically possible to erase all memories of a long relationship. Best not to waste time & it helps to find more interesting things to do. Day one of that journey has just begun πŸ™‚

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