When One Person Ends a Relationship, You Don’t Get to Dictate the Terms

Just because you want things to go a certain way for your benefit doesn’t mean they will.

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There’s a lot of talk about closure when it comes to ending relationships, whether you’re the one doing the ending or not. What I don’t see a lot of discussion about is how going after closure…

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Demeter Delune

Demeter Delune

Audacious. An educator who loves to talk about sexuality, relationships, and give advice. Let’s work together demeterdelune@gmail.com

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