Took a shower in Holy Water today
Crying as drops of guilt and shame, trickle down the drain
I am healed.
No more myself to blame
How many of you have had to gain closure on your own because a friend or loved one refused to ‘own up’ to their role in your pain? It’s a difficult thing to do. Let’s examine the formal definition of the term ‘Closure’. – Closure or need for closure (NFC) (used interchangeably with need for cognitive closure (NFCC)) arepsychological terms that describe an individual’s desire for a firm answer to a question and an aversion toward ambiguity. The term “need” denotes a motivated tendency to seek out information.
What are some of the ways you have given yourself closure? What was the situation? Dr. Abigail Brenner shares 5 Ways to Find Closure From the Past at this link: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/in-flux/201104/5-ways-find-closure-the-past
I would love to hear your thoughts to her top 5 list. Have a blessed and safe weekend.