Exaholics anonymous: Website proves breaking up is hard to do

Exaholics anonymous: Website proves breaking up is hard to do

A new website, Exaholics.com, hopes to help people stuck in the throes of a devastating break-up.

The site is for those who are having trouble with, according to the site, “dealing with rejection, loss and unrequited love.”

Membership is completely anonymous. The membership (at this writing it’s 255) includes, according to the site, singles, divorcees and divorcees with children.

Site founders hope to help those who are suffering and offer “a daily check-in,” chats, open forums, “friend-ing,” Q&A’s, articles and advice.

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Catherine C. writes, “This site was created by a team of Exaholics, for the population of fellow Exaholics. Losing a spouse, boyfriend, girlfriend, lover, fiance, partner or any significant person in our lives, for whom we have (or have had) feelings, can be an extremely painful experience.”

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