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Best apps for getting past a romantic breakup

KillSwitch, Eternal Sunshine, and more

KillSwitch makes breakups less painful by enabling a user to erase, in one click, all traces on Facebook of a failed relationship. No need to unfriend the ex or untag joint photos; the app calls up all information the two of you share; you choose whether to store the data in a hidden folder or scrap it permanently. ($1, iOS or Android)

Eternal Sunshine functions as a gentler version of KillSwitch. With this Google Chrome Web app, you don’t have to take the drastic step of unfriending an ex to keep him or her from popping up in profile updates or suggested friends. (Free)

NeverLikedItAnyway.com isn’t an app, but it can be useful to anybody who wants to sell off engagement rings, wedding dresses, or other valuables that no longer hold much sentimental value. The site is “a marketplace for the brokenhearted.”
Source: Time.com

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