Poll: Can You Ever Reallly Get Closure? (Hi, Ashley Hebert)

Look, I haven’t watched The Bachelorette since Trista and Ryan were on. But my mom tells me that this girl, Ashley Hebert, was jilted by some guy named Bentley and can’t move on with the new candidates until there’s some closure. I did some hardcore investigative journalism here and found this:

Ashley Hebert, enjoyed a one-on-one date in Thailand complete with fire-breathing dancers, and a group date in which several of her suitors literally fought for her attention in a boxing ring, with one even being sent to the hospital.

So. I guess I should begin watching The Bachelorette again, huh, what with all the fire and fighting? Personally I would think when strange men are fighting for you in a ring it would be a good point to say “okay, I can move on now, I don’t really need to have stilted coffee dates with someone who dumped me.” But maybe you do! Do you need closure in your relationships? How much?

Sorry! This poll is now closed.

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    • Malkovich

      Remember they hadn’t even dated for a month and certainly not exclusively (on her part) and, at least the way the producers cut it, he played her. So, is he really an ex and why is she even talking about closure?

    • Carey

      Breakups have always been hard for me. But I sit myself down and say, “I have needs which are x, y, and z. This person does not want to or cannot fulfill them. Either find someone who will or learn to be happy by yourself.” It’s really hard, but it works. A clean break helps with this realization, but I’ve talked to exs long after breakups. Closure is good, but you have to be at peace with yourself first.