I No Longer Want Closure

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Nick Karvounis

I no longer want answers.
I no longer want explanations.
I no longer want to know why
things have ended.
I don’t want to look back.
I don’t want to return to the past.
I don’t want to remember the pain.
I just want to move forward.
Maybe closure is overrated,
it doesn’t really help you move on.
It just makes you think again.
It makes you want to change yourself.
It makes you want to go back and fix things.
It makes you question yourself.
It fuels your insecurities.
It doesn’t help you feel any better.
Because closure only matters
when the person is truly sorry,
when the person is asking for another chance,
when the person regrets leaving you.
Otherwise, it’s all the same —
it’s just words,
it’s just excuses,
it’s just lies.
I no longer want closure.
I want commitment.
I no longer want answers.
I want actions.
I no longer want reasons.
I want honesty.
Closure doesn’t matter
if the person is not coming back.
Closure doesn’t define you.
You are your closure.
You are the answer.
You don’t need anyone
defining your value.
You don’t anyone
putting a discount on you. TC mark

Rania Naim

Writing. Living. Loving. Dreaming. Healing. Evolving.

This Book Will Help You Let Go

“They think you’re mine and I’m yours. They think there’s a love story going on behind closed doors. They think it’s only a matter of time before someone tells them the truth they’ve been waiting to hear.

We roll our eyes when they joke about us being an item; we laugh at how ridiculous they’re being. But deep inside, I’m crying. I’m crying because what you’re taking as a joke is what I wish could be real.”


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This is me letting you go

If there’s one thing we all need to stop doing, it’s waiting around for someone else to show up and change our lives. Just be the person you’ve been waiting for.

At the end of the day, you have two choices in love – one is to accept someone just as they are and the other is to walk away.

We owe it to ourselves to live the greatest life that we’re capable of living, even if that means that we have to be alone for a very long time.

“Everyone could use a book like this at some point in their life.” – Heather
Let go now