Random Observation: Tangibles & Closure!

The more I think about it, the more I truly believe that there exists a very high relation or even correlation between tangibles – such as cars, mobile phones and so on- and closure between two people who have ended, or in the process of ending, a relationship.

The way I see it, after having been subjected to the situation and seeing others undergo it as well, tangibles constitute a large part of any relationship, regardless of its nature, strength or purity. The tangibles we have throughout the relationship start forming some bond with our partner during his presence in our lives. If we really want to move on, it only seems objective for us to replace all the tangibles that now remind us of that one-upon-a-time partner!

Let’s take a car for example, you spend hours in a car together with your partner, you laugh, argue, touch; create memories… How hard would it be to go in your car, every single day, knowing that the person who you’ve shared all those times with, in this particular car, is now gone? Naturally, this applies to furniture, such as a bed or a couch and the list goes on!

To some, even a mobile phone could be the tangible to replace after replacing the partner!

I guess it all depends on the budget and the will to move on!

Leaving the country seems like the best solution to replace most tangibles at once, wouldn’t you agree?


About outlived

X-dreamer, fighter and writer... Using words to unleash the pain that eats me from the inside out, day after day!
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2 Responses to Random Observation: Tangibles & Closure!

  1. Mattheus says:

    "Breakup Budget" :)Has a ring to it.. don't you think?

  2. BeeBee says:

    Hello Mattheus!I really like the phrase you used to sum up my idea! One would never really think of a "breakup budget", it is usually the relationship budget that concerns us! Kind thanks for your input!

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