Four years after I was divorced, and happily re-married, my brother-in-law died suddenly. So many emotions came up that surprised me: hurt, anger, resentment, bewilderment, and more.
I saw how my sister and I were going through similar experiences. I realized that what we both really
needed, and didn’t know quite how to get, was closure. Closure is different than
grieving. We can have gone through the grieving process and still not have the closure we desperately seek. The Law of Relationship says that 1) we
are all connected, and 2) we are here to help each other learn and grow. When we understand that the law of
relationship operates in every situation, we begin to see that relationships
don’t end at all, but they do change.
And how we respond to this change can greatly impact our lives. I worked for two years with this principle
to come up with a five stage process by which we can achieve closure. Whether the change in your relationship
has come from a death, a divorce, a break-up, a move, or even age, now there
are clear steps to help you can get over it and get on with it in a powerful
and positive way! I am so happy to
introduce you to my new book “CLOSURE and the Law of Relationship: Endings as
New Beginnings.” This is a book
for all of us, because we each have relationships, with parents, spouses,
partners, children, friends, co-workers, and even with our communities, and our
environment. And we all go through
changes and need closure at some point.
I have a video on my new website that outlines the five stages of closure,
so check it out.