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Wednesday, 04 March 2015

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Julia

"Above all, be the heroine of your life, not the victim,"
Yes and yes!

Tom

Loved that.

Porcelain Lotus

Interesting. I don't think about closure very much because it always seemed like an impossible thing. The people who you need closure from the most are most likely not going to give it to you. Being conscious that you can give closure to yourself clearly makes more sense.

Viv

Love the positive message here. Why so many of us depend on others for our happiness and closure is a mystery to me

Caroline

"I accepted with grace that we were at different places in our lives. He wasn't ready for what I had to offer, and I could not offer less - nor could I accept the bare minimum that he gave me"

I just love this!

Toin

“After everything I've been through, I'm still smiling. Not because I'm strong but because I'm fucking crazy. Now that should scare you” Yess!

Angela

Ha! That's a great quote. Yep. When a man is indecisive about what he wants from me, I know it's time to get stepping'

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