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This site was created for the population of Exaholics. Losing a spouse, boyfriend, girlfriend, lover, fiancé, partner, or any significant person in life, for whom you have (or have had) feelings, can be an extremely painful experience. Getting over the loss can be one of the most traumatic and difficult challenges you’ll face. To others this might sound overly dramatic. To such judgmental people, serious problems include only devastating matters as a cancer diagnosis, getting laid off at work, and other real problems and serious life challenges. But what you go through is certainly very real and emotionally devastating. And you are the one living with these emotions on a daily basis.

Not everyone suffers in the same way. Some spend the majority of time thinking about the other person with a high degree of intensity. For this person, functioning is severely diminished and they’re may be symptoms such as weight loss, depression, loss of sleep, sleeping too much, inability to get out of bed, inability to concentrate, excessive sadness, no interest in dating, and inability to even think of anyone else romantically.

Some are at a functioning level, but still find themselves missing something. They think about the other person often and find it hard to completely move on or become interested in new people. They are slow to rediscover their own identity and explore their own interests. They may have a hard time being alone.

Still for others, the hard part is taking charge of their own lives and just turning the page. They may have even made some peace with being without the other person, but are lacking the motivation or the ability to create their own destiny. For you, it might be tough to hit the reset button and develop a new routine in life.

Whichever category you fit into, whether listed here or not, the reality is there is a lot to get through, and to get over. The baggage, misery, obsessive thoughts, fear, self loathing, regret, sadness, anger, boredom, purposelessness, and all that is felt must not be left for you alone to solve.

The reality is we all need…..
EACH OTHER.

And once you’ve been able to admit to yourself and to your closest friends in this program that you are indeed an Exaholic, the process of recovery can truly begin. There will come a day when you have learned so much about yourself, that you finally realize that your self worth and happiness belong strictly to YOU.

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  • Kickboxing. I keep saying in on this site and im serious. Gets rid of all aggression and its legal. Plus it tires you out to the point you sleep without dreams…wink wink.

  • Blue became a registered member 7 minutes ago

  • Exactly. Last night, I thought about throwing out everything he ever gave me. Buty dad suggested I just pack it away, based off of experience. Him and my mom were together throughout high school. They broke up for 6 months, got back together and have been together ever since. That’s what I hope happens with Tyler and I. But only time will tell

  • You’re right.. They aren’t pining away for us.. We are barely a passing thought at this point I’m sure.
    They saw this coming since they were the ones that broke up with us so they had time to disengage. Seems so much harder most times when you’re the dumpee. It is rare but happens when the dumper feels like we do.
    I just need to get this anxiety…[Read more]

  • River started the topic 32 days in the forum Counting Days Forum 15 minutes ago

    My name is River and it has been 32 days since I initiated contact with my ex. I saw him at a wedding which I couldn’t avoid and I was good with that. Then a fellow guest filled me in that his bad behavior hasn’t changed at all, and suddenly I’m filled with turmoil and annoyance that breaking up didn’t make him sorry enough to change one bit. NC…[Read more]