How to Get Closure from a Past Relationship | Relationship Advice for Women by Mat Boggs

By | October 22, 2015
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Looking for ways to move on and heal from a past relationship? You’re in the right place. In this blog post, Relationship Expert Mat Boggs shares valuable relationship advice specifically for women on how to get closure from a previous relationship. Whether you’re struggling to let go of the past or simply looking for ways to move forward, Mat has got you covered with actionable steps you can take today to find peace and closure. So, let’s dive in!

How to Get Closure from a Past Relationship | Relationship Advice for Women by Mat Boggs


Moving on from a past relationship can be challenging. It’s common for people to linger on old memories, fear what the future holds, or deal with unresolved feelings. However, getting closure is essential to move forward and build your self-worth. In this article, we’ll cover some helpful tips and advice on how to get closure from a past relationship.

Tips for creating closure and moving on from past relationships

1. Accept your feelings

The first tip to getting closure from a past relationship is accepting your emotions. Understand that it’s normal to feel a wide range of emotions after a breakup, such as sadness, anger, and confusion. It’s okay to express your feelings to a trusted friend, family member, or a professional therapist.

2. Cut off contact

It’s hard to get closure if you’re still in contact with your ex-partner. It’s best to cut off contact and unfollow them on social media, at least for a while. This can help you deal with your emotions and move forward.

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3. Reframe the situation

Try to see the positives of what happened in your past relationship. Perhaps it was an opportunity to learn more about yourself, find out what you want in a partner, or build stronger friendships.

4. Practice self-care activities

Taking care of yourself is crucial when healing from a past relationship. Consider activities like yoga, meditation, getting a massage, or taking a relaxing bath. These practices can help you reflect and increase your self-esteem.

5. Be patient

Moving on takes time. There’s no “right” timeline for healing from a past relationship. Understand that everyone heals differently and that it’s okay to take things slow.

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In conclusion, getting closure from a past relationship is crucial to moving on and building a healthy relationship with yourself. Follow the tips outlined in this article, and keep in mind the additional resources we provided if you need personalized assistance. Remember, healing takes time, but with patience, you can overcome any obstacle.


  1. How long should I wait to date after a breakup?
    It’s essential to give yourself enough time to heal from a past relationship before entering a new one. There’s no specific timeframe, but taking at least a few months to focus on self-care and healing can be helpful.

  2. Can I still be friends with my ex after a breakup?
    It’s not recommended to remain friends with your ex immediately after the breakup. Cutting off contact allows you to heal and move on. Once you’ve achieved closure, you can consider being friends with your ex if it’s beneficial for both parties.

  3. Is it normal to struggle to find closure from a past relationship?
    Yes, it’s normal to struggle to find closure after a past relationship, especially if it was a significant relationship. However, it’s important to work on achieving closure to move forward.

  4. What is the importance of self-care after a breakup?
    Self-care is essential after a breakup because it allows you to focus on yourself, heal from the past, and improve your self-worth. Activities like yoga, meditation, and getting a massage can help reduce stress and increase your self-esteem.

  5. Can I still receive dating and relationship coaching if I’m not single?
    Yes, dating and relationship coaching can help in any stage of your relationship. Whether you’re single, dating, or in a committed relationship, coaching can help you achieve your goals and build future success in your relationship.