I've had this chronic inability to end a story since forever. I would start writing a story, with a VERY vague ending, and stop writing when I realise the plot is leading nowhere/is inconsistent (has happened almost a dozen times). I've realised that to build a good bridge, you need to first establish a strong starting, a concrete ending and then lay the bridgeway. I've also decided now to not start writing a story straight away hoping that I'll make something consistent of it later on, instead I'll sit, plan, develop the complete timeline and names and events and effects and stuff, and then pen it down finally. But the problem is, I'm always able to convince myself of a proper starting, but never been able to convince myself of a good ending point, the point where I'll decide to stop/comclude the complete storyline, get up and receive critique. Its my first post here, so I'm not sure if its the correct subforum.