Let the Floodgates Open. Let Closure Begin.
Ernest Hemingway once said:
‘There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.’
Most writers rely on their memories, experiences and emotions when the floodgates open and the words flow out. This is true of all writing, but writers expertly disguise themselves or change the outcome of what really happened to benefit the story—and their egos.
But when we tell the truth, as it really happened—something else happens. Writers get closure.