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The Myth of Closure: Why Experts Say It Doesn't Exist

The Myth of Closure: Why Experts Say It Doesn't Exist

Losing a loved one through death or a breakup is always painful. HowStuffWorks looks at whether seeking 'closure' is the healthy way to move on.


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