We have all been in relationships that have either ended abruptly due to certain situations or ended without any kind of explanation. Many feel that certain questions have to be answered on why the relationship ended or what changed.
There is nothing wrong with receiving closure from someone that you once loved or probably still love. If you have questions, just ask. Don’t continue to hold off from asking and then you’re left wondering what could have been or should have been.
The issue is that some people wait to receive closure when their ex has moved on. Why do you need the closure now? Trust me, I understand that some people move on quickly and it bothers you. But, for those that wait months, possibly years to get your closure, it may not be such a good idea to get that closure.
Who’s to say that they aren’t in a happy relationship at the time? Will your closure complicate things for you even more once you have a sit down with them? You have to ask yourself, “Why do I really need this?”
Closure does make you feel better but having a conversation with someone that you have mixed feelings about, will f*ck with your head and it’s easier to just let it go.
I’ve actually read some of our reader’s comments telling others to write a letter to the person, read it out loud, and throw it away. It could work. Maybe some people just need to get everything out and off their chest to feel complete. It doesn’t matter how you receive your closure as long as you don’t wait so long that your ex has either began dating or gotten married.
Find another outlet so that you can move on and be happy. Don’t sit around wishing and hoping over someone that’s taken. You will only hurt yourself in the end.