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What Exactly Is Closure and Why Are We All So Desperate For It?

Closure: The bringing to an end. Conclusion. So that’s what it is. It is a finale. An acceptance that something is over. A termination. But if we are speaking about relationships then I think closure is something else. Something different. … Continue reading

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Love: Why Your Choice May Be Destined To NOT Work (and there’s a quiz!)

Many years ago I read a book by Helen Fisher called Why Him, Why Her. This very clever woman created a questionnaire which allows you to determine if you are a Director or a Negotiator (one category) and if you … Continue reading

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Nature Abhors A Vacuum … or … How Science Could Be Messing With Your Love Life

I’m pretty sure it was Aristotle who proposed that nature abhors a vacuum. I’m also pretty sure there is an explanation of that statement that is far more succinct (and scientific) than the one I am about to offer but … Continue reading

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