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The End of the StoryOry as she attempts to organize her memories of a love affair into a novel With compassion wit and what appears to be candor she seeks to determine what she actually know. I always cry at endingsThis is the way in which we learn to let go while holding onBecause when loss lessens us to the point that love's lessons leave us spent less is Sometimes it takes a certain sort of numbness—time work drugs sleep food— to know how to begin to feel againBecause there are parts of the heart which are always crying and that is the fountain of compassion Sold this book because I thought some other thing would take my mind off of that which this book elapses Didn't really work It seems that moving on means actually processing emotional trauma—not reliving one's memories but rather recollecting the reasons for one's actions and analyzing suppositions as to the reasons for the other then ultimately coming to terms with being unable to know in full what the other was thinking to only know the outer signs what was said and done and fun and not and what is remembered and what is not to wish that other well and all the best and try to forget what pain may remain — not filing it away as easily as one does junk mail This sparse account is Davis's own way of coming to terms with the sorrow of parting