Should you support the aftermath of every single supporting characters after the main conflict is resolved?
Not exploring the aftermath of supporting characters can be seen as a mistake to avoid when writing a story. The aftermath of the main conflict can have a significant impact on supporting characters. Neglecting to explore how they cope, heal, or move forward after the resolution can leave their storylines incomplete.
My question is whether I should do that for every supporting character and if not, how do you go about choosing which characters deserve such attention from the writer. Should you do it for all characters at the same time and do it as briefly as possible or doing so is as bad as not exploring the aftermath for any supporting character?