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  • Weve dealt with a lot of heavy topics these last few weeks, Wellcasters.

  • For each of those painful experiences, the messages have been the same.

  • You can heal and move on and be stronger.

  • Your lightning bolt scar can become a symbol of hope to others.

  • But when a relationship ends abruptly, or you lose someone that you love

  • How do you transition from a place of pain to a place of healing?

  • Today Wellcasters were gonna give you some tips on capturing that all elusive Golden Snitchclosure.

  • Tip 1: Acknowledge your feelings, and don’t run from them.

  • Maybe you feel wronged or mislead by someone you trusted.

  • Or you suffered some injustice at the hands of a total stranger.

  • Identify your feelings and give yourself permission to feel them.

  • Get mad if youre mad.

  • Allow yourself to be hurt if youre feeling vulnerable.

  • Embrace your suffering.

  • And don’t try to reason your way through its causes or fixes.

  • Tip 2: let it out!

  • Bottled emotions are no good for anybody.

  • And now that youve identified your anguish, release it.

  • Try venting to a close friend or scribble in your well-cast journal to flush yourself off negative energy.

  • Express your positive emotion, too!

  • If your friends are moving away, take a moment to tell them how much youll miss them.

  • We guarantee that this cathartic exercise will provide you with at least a little sense of relief, and itll help you get perspective.

  • Tip 3: give yourself time and space.

  • Be patient with yourself.

  • Recognize that just like with the physical wound, emotional healing is a gradual process.

  • Do other things you love rather than just focusing on what’s lost.

  • Spend time with other people in your life, positive influences.

  • These people will help build you back up.

  • Tip 4: Forgive.

  • And we mean, actively!

  • You might never receive that apology that you so-deserve.

  • But, you gotta release that burden that’s weighing you down.

  • Start by envisioning your future where youve let go of the tension that this situation caused.

  • Then, tie an action to your forgiveness.

  • Whether it’s donating painful objects and pictures or writing a private blog post about what happened.

  • Give the situation a formal resolution it never got.

  • So that’s it, Wellcasters.

  • These were our tips for getting you a few steps closer to closure.

  • Ha! It’s time for us here at Wellcast to take a summer hiatus.

  • I know, I know, we've had some great times together this year. But never fear. We'll be back with season two in the fall.

  • Post comments below to tell us what you loved from season one and what you wanna see next season.

  • Email wellcast@inside.com for more information.

  • In the meantime, we hope that when you need help on an issue in the future, you can find a family member or an adult that you trust.

  • But hey! You can still visit this channel whenever you need us.

  • Haaa! Well, that’s all for me today, Wellcasters!

  • Would you do me a kindness?

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  • See you later!

Weve dealt with a lot of heavy topics these last few weeks, Wellcasters.

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Wellcast - How to Move On and Find Closure

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