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Is there a word for when someone has gotten over or is no longer affected by something?

Like after a break up, when someone “moves on” it might mean they have effectively forgotten about the other person. Is there a single word this?

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    recovered as in I have fully recovered from Jennifer? If that doesn't appeal give us a sample sentence or two into which you want the as-yet undiscovered single word to fit. Oct 21 '21 at 7:02
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    You're over it? Oct 21 '21 at 14:27
  • You have overcome it.
    – Lambie
    Oct 27 '21 at 16:06
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It's not a single word in total, but the phrase 'have closure' might be what you're looking for.

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/closure

In the sentence being reviewed, it could look like:

I have closure around what happened with Jennifer

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They broke up two years ago, but she didn't have closure until six months ago. And then she started dating again.

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“Overcome” is the first thing that comes to mind

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    Oct 23 '21 at 20:29
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    The trouble with overcome is that the sentence I have overcome Jennifer does not mean I have got over Jennifer, rather it means something like I have come off better in my struggle (probably physical, possibly metaphorical) with Jennifer. Oct 24 '21 at 7:42

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