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Closure (sociology)

Closure in inter-personal relationships comprises a mythical state, like Nirvana, wherein happiness and light reign and any previous dispute[?] or misunderstanding gets papered over or forgotten -- at least from the viewpoint of the closure-seeker (self-styled and sometimes known technically as the "victim").

The official theological or religious category, forgiveness, has fewer extreme overtones and greater psychological flexibility.



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