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The Irrational Logic Behind Closure

It doesn’t matter how many questions you’ve had answered in your quest for closure. There will always be more. Your quest for closure will never end because questions begets more questions. The post The Irrational Logic Behind Closure appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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