This is where you can share your story and get the chance to write everything that has been left unsaid. Hopefully, this will bring you a step further in getting closure and becoming unstuck.
How did you meet?
Where were you at, at point in your life?
How did your partner come across to you at first?
What did you like about them?
What did you like about yourself when you where with them?
What is the nicest and worst memory you have from those times?
How did the relationship contribute to shaping your life?
How did it end?
What has been left unsaid?
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Writing about an a break-up has shown scientifically proven results in helping people move on (insert study 1 link external and study 2 link external here).
The 5 stages of grief after a break-up
If you feel you like writing the letter brings back too many painful memories, please consider looking into the option of psychotherapy, giving yourself more time and self-compassion or accessing free materials (clickable link).
Consider that many emotional aspects are being processed consciously as well as unconsciously and you might have already started doing part of the work by simply offering yourself some kindness and space in order to grieve the end of a meaningful relationship.
When you are ready, you can always come back and have the chance to tell your story.
What has been left unsaid?
An online course to meant to help you get closure and gain more self-knowledge by using a past relationship as a starting point.The course takes you through a whole cycle of gaining personal insights, learning useful information about love and emotional education and offering you the opportunity to close the circle by writing a goodbye letter. If you feel you left a meaningful part of yourself in an old relationship and need to understand more about what happened, this course might be for you.
We reserve the right to select the submitted stories based on the following criteria:
Use pseudonyms or initials in formulating your story. The website does not take any responsibility for revealing the identity of any persons mentioned in the story.
Offensive content such as insults, slander, name-calling or any other type of defamation pointing to any of the characters involved in the story will lead to the unsuccessful selection of your letter.
The main subject must revolve around a past relationship and how this is relevant to you.
The character limit is 2500 words or 12500 characters.
If proven that the submitted content has been partially or wholly plagiarised, the submitted story will not go through the process of selection.
You may write your story in English, Romanian or German, with the mention that all stories will have an English translation made by the project owner that will be attached to the original one.
Your story may be edited in case of minor spelling and orthographic mistakes, grammar mistakes or use of names.
After the successful revision of your submission which may take up to 14 working days, you will be notified via Email regarding the status of your letter.