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Best websites for getting over a breakup

These sites offer advice, solace, humor, and catharsis.

PinkKisses.com started when, “after months of moping,” a former TV reporter got inspired. Her idea: Employ a team to help people through the post-breakup period with a myriad of services. A $10-a-month “action plan” delivers daily advice via e-mail. You can even upload a photo of your ex for free and “watch it burn.”

IHateMyExSoMuch.com lets the broken-hearted air their woes in misery’s company. Tell the world you’re “selling that Tiffany’s necklace” he bought you and win catharsis—as long as the site’s readers don’t vote that “your ex is better off without you.”

Breakups.us provides much-needed “comic relief” to ease the pain. Chicago actor Ted Tremper recruited various improv performers to invent searing breakup scenes for a video series. “It’s torture,” he says, “but it’s also extremely amusing.”

Source: The Washington Post

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