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Top 33 Closure Quotes

Closure Quotes

This post contains some of the best closure quotes.

Closure Quotes

1. “Almost relationships mostly end without closure. You may never know why things ended or why it fizzled out, was it you or was it them — and so many other unanswered questions. You will learn that if the relationship was never defined in the first place, then it will end without explanations too.” — Rania Naim

2. “Closure doesn’t really exist….That’s why we’re always looking for it.” ― Maggie Shipstead

3. “Closure is an American lie used to justify revenge. Healing is getting used to the pain, learning to be damaged.” ― Tim Morrison

4. “Closure is only a fairytale, a myth, a legend. The only true closure can come from within…this is a type of love story where the happy ending lies in not finding Prince Charming. Rather, it lies in the realization that he never existed at all.” — Shahida Arabi

5. “Closure is when raw memory blurs to become the folklore of life.” ― Stewart Stafford

6. “Closure, for me, would mean accepting my circumstances rather than trying to alter them to serve me best.” ― Samra Habib

7. “Closure. That’s probably the most unrealistic word in the English vocabulary. It’s up there with heartbreak, pain, loss, and abandonment, all these things that you’re supposed to get over and mend and heal but really, do you ever get over those moments?”” — Katie Kacvinsky

8. “Closure: Now there’s a silly idea. Nothing ever gets closure, the only real closure is death. Maybe it’s not a good idea to stare a dying bird in the eye. It might reflect something back at you that you don’t want to see.” ― A.D. Aliwat

9. “Dictionaries describe closure as the “act of closing or the state of being closed; a bringing to an end, a conclusion.” In Gestalt psychology it is the “tendency to create ordered and satisfying wholes.”” – Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

10. “Don’t waste any more of your precious time seeking closure because he’s already provided it to you. I know you feel you need a verbal conversation to obtain closure, but the fact is, a man left you without speaking a word leaving you confused with no clue of any kind speaks volumes about his character.” – Leslie Braswell

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11. “I no longer seek closure, no more bitterness and my heart is no longer cold for I have found the love you were incapable of providing and I have found warmth in the arms of someone better.” — R.H. Sin

12. “If emotional pain or problems have cropped up in your life, you must insist on getting closure. Closure means you don’t carry the problem or the pain. You address the issue, then you slam shut the book and put it away.” — Phil McGraw

13. “If you look back at the origins of the word, closure comes from an old Latin source meaning “closing the gap between two things”—or to enclose so as not to disturb your neighbors. But in modern society, where grief disturbs our neighbors who want to fix and heal us so they don’t have to feel their own grief, closure has taken on the clichéd meaning of “wrapping up a situation.”” – Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

14. “If you’ve ever let yourself fall to pieces, cried, begged and groveled to a man to take you back after a breakup, or if you have ever sought closure, then you’ve never learned the art or the power of no contact. Now is the time to learn it, live it and master it.” – Leslie Braswell

15. “It wasn’t closure, really. But I’d said the right things. I’d hit on some truths. Maybe some things didn’t get closure. Maybe some things weren’t really worth it, or didn’t really need it, and after a while the unimportance would become obvious.” ― Vee Hoffman

16. “It’s normal to want closure, but realize you’re the only one that needs it. He doesn’t.” – Leslie Braswell

17. “Listen, there are different ways of getting closure and one of those ways might be to make someone miserable for the sake of satisfying your petty soul.” ― Mia Sosa

18. “No desperately seeking closure emails. No “Hi, how are you?” No wishing him a Merry Christmas, Happy New Year or Happy Birthday. Not a peep!” – Leslie Braswell

19. “Some chapters just have to close without closure. You cant lose yourself by trying to fix what’s meant to stay broken.” ― Nitya Prakash

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20. “Sometimes it’s better to just let things be, let people go, don’t fight for closure, don’t ask for explanations, don’t chase answers and don’t expect people to understand where you’re coming from.” — Rania Naim

21. “Sometimes the only way to get closure is by accepting that you’ll never get it.” ― John Mark Green

22. “Sometimes you don’t get closure, you just move on.” — Karen Salmansohn

23. “Sometimes you don’t get closure you just move on.” — Unknown

24. “The only time you’ll ever be satisfied and obtain closure with a breakup is when you’re the one breaking up. Accept the fact unless a breakup ends on your terms any breakup you experience in the future will end with pain and heartache.” – Leslie Braswell

25. “There will be no closure, no resolution. I lie awake thinking about it and I ache. There can be no greater agony, nothing can be more painful than the not knowing, which will never end.” — Paula Hawkins

26. “We are pressured to find closure on the work situation, the romantic relationship, and even on a death. But how do we find an ending on a process that encompasses the integration and healing not only of a loss but of a person whom we deeply loved?” – Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

27. “We demand closure as though our lives were put together as neatly as novels, but the fact of the matter is they’re not. In real life, relationships are messy and poorly written, ending too early or too late, and sometimes in the middle of a sentence.” — Beau Taplin

28. “What was closure if not a clock? Not an end as everyone imagined, but a beginning.” ― Celeste Chaney

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29. “You don’t need someone who isn’t strong enough to love you. You don’t need someone who can’t even face you and tell you why they had to walk away. You don’t need closure.” — Rania Naim

30. “You don’t need to message them to receive closure and move on. You can just move on, on your own and feel better about in the long run. You don’t need anything more from then and a text won’t change anything.” — Amanda Jensen

31. “You may be seeking closure in an attempt to save the broken relationship. It’s very likely towards the end of the relationship; Mr. Ex began to detach himself emotionally. Chances are he stopped initiating calls, texts and stopped making plans in advance. When this happened you may have unintentionally shifted into the pursuer mode without even knowing that you were doing it.” – Leslie Braswell

32. “You want clarity and closure, but it never comes. You have to ride this ride with bravery. Putting on a brave face and handling the conflicting emotions you experience takes self-control.” – Leslie Braswell

33.  “Closure is just as delusive-it is the false hope that we can deaden our living grief.” ― Stephen Grosz

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