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    • Welcome to Project EX!

      Hello and welcome to our website: Project EX. What’s the aim of this website? Well the clue is in the name. We offer a platform for people to share their thoughts about an ex-girlfriend, ex-boyfriend, ex-partner, ex-spouse – basically all the terms that describe a past flame - to an online community of those who are completely detached from your microcosm. Sharing personal experiences can be cathartic and makes navigating emotions easier - knowing you're not alone. The website is split into three sections: Anonymous posts - anyone can share their ex-perience to ex-pel their demons Forum - create an account to share with the community and discuss the topic of the week Blog - we offer our thoughts and ideas as well as steer conversation. Let me be clear, we as the founders are not relationship experts, none of us have a PHD in love (I wish that was a thing). As such, our blogs aren’t designed to be preachy or outline the dos and do nots when it comes to break ups and getting over an ex because, let’s face it, there are no rules when it comes to emotions. The origin of Project EX As strange as it may sound, the project stemmed the song ‘Case of The Ex’ by Mya. If you haven’t heard not, you have my full permission to open a new tab – but only momentarily – to do a YouTube search and appreciate the catchy number and accompanying music video that showcases synchronised dancing, questionable attires and other tropes that perfectly encapsulate the campness of the music industry in the early noughties. Back? Good! While Mya sang about situations involving an ex, the word ‘case’ from our perspective is shorthand for suitcase and is a metaphor for the emotional baggage that many of us find ourselves lumbered with following a breakup. And although exes are left behind in the journey for love, many of us might still be hauling a truckload of baggage from past relationships which can hinder our respective pursuit of the heart emoji and can also be a drag on future relationships. Pretty deep huh? Whether you were together for years, months or weeks, the end of a relationship often leaves a sour taste – and unfortunately, many of us can relate to this. Try as you might to rinse a past flame, they can still pop into your head when you’re mindlessly chomping away at your cheerios, or when you walk past the bar you first met. Put simply, break-ups can leave an unwanted mark on your heart which can be difficult to scrub off. Some of the most fascinating discussions I’ve had with friends and random strangers at the smoking area of a nightclub are on past relationships. Break ups are seldom uncomplicated because they are as unique as the relationships that spawn them. This means there are a myriad of ways you can address and ultimately liberate yourself from the case of the ex (see what I did there?). We hope you learn something and really get stuck in enjoy your time on Project EX and please feel free to share as little or as much as you want. We ask you to be kind to other in the community because, well y’know, it’s good to be kind right? Feel free to follow us on our social channels (i.e. please do!).

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    • Home | Project EX

      Let’s talk about EX. Project-EX exists to offer people a space to share their experiences and feelings on a past flame. Engage with our community through our forums, blogs and on social media. Explore posts FEATURED TOPIC Should you debrief after a relationship? EXPLORE FORUM Share your story Debrief Heartbreak Ghosted Baggage Regret Backsliding Sex One night stand Boy bye Friends with benefits Ex ting Back pedalling Case of the ex Sorry not sorry The past is the past Who? Rebound Back together arrow&v SUBMIT Your content has been submitted Community posts View all MJ So I dated this girl called Lady C. She was a better baker than me so she had to go! Boy bye ​ CJ So I dated this guy who.... blah blah lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetur adipiscing. ng elit. Vestibulum varius tellus dolor, eget eleifend nibh tincidunt id. Nullam elementum, dolor eget iaculis fermentum, velit magna consectetur dolor, eget dignissim elit nisl at nisi. Nam viverra erat vel diam suscipit ornare. Fusce elementum dui consequat ligula elementum tempus. Sed elementum, arcu ut lobortis facilisis, urna ipsum maximus justo, at tincidunt ligula nisi eu sem. Proin vel est non nulla sodales egestas. Integer vehicula viverra laoreet. Nam euismod venenatis mauris a blandit Debrief ​ FOLLOW US We'd love to hear from you Blog myronjobson Oct 24 Welcome to Project EX!

    • ABOUT | Project EX

      About Project EX: A safe space to share, explore and discuss break ups stories with those who can emphasise Breaks ups, for the most part, suck. And although exes are left behind in the journey for love, many of us might still be hauling a truckload of baggage from past relationships which can hinder our respective pursuit of the heart emoji and can also be a drag on future relationships. Pretty deep huh? The founders offers a haven, sanctuary - and other synonyms for ‘a safe place’ - for those who simply want to share their experiences. And you can do so anonymously if you so choose. Sharing your thoughts about your past flame to people who are completely detached from your microcosm and reading other peoples’ experiences can be cathartic and makes navigating emotions easier - knowing you're not alone. So please feel free to share as little or as much as you want – it is completely up to you. PROJECT EX This site was the combined brainchild of three late twenty something year-old friends – all of whom have experienced a few breaks in the past (*insert tear emoji here*). Neither of us has a PHD in love(I wish that’s a thing) and we might still be cumbered with our own baggage without even knowing it. Let’s face it, there are no rules when it comes to emotions, but there is a lot we can learn from each other on them. One of the founders is a man – shock horror. Yes, many forums/blogs on relationships have been created by women, but men have an interest in the pursuit of love too. We believe that a greater appreciate of ‘other’ could help foster stronger relationships – and that’s not exclusive the romantic relationships. This is us.

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      About Project EX: A safe space to share, explore and discuss break ups stories with those who can emphasise The founders Myron Cat Arlyne Breaks ups, for the most part, suck. And although exes are left behind in the journey for love, many of us might still be hauling a truckload of baggage from past relationships which can hinder our respective pursuit of the heart emoji and can also be a drag on future relationships. Pretty deep huh? offers a haven, sanctuary - and other synonyms for ‘a safe place’ - for those who simply want to share their experiences. And you can do so anonymously if you so choose. Sharing your thoughts about your past flame to people who are completely detached from your microcosm and reading other peoples’ experiences can be cathartic and makes navigating emotions easier - knowing you're not alone. So please feel free to share as little or as much as you want – it is completely up to you. PROJECT EX This site was the combined brainchild of three late twenty something year-old friends – all of whom have experienced a few breaks in the past (*insert tear emoji here*). Neither of us has a PHD in love(I wish that’s a thing) and we might still be cumbered with our own baggage without even knowing it. Let’s face it, there are no rules when it comes to emotions, but there is a lot we can learn from each other on them. One of the founders is a man – shock horror. Yes, many forums/blogs on relationships have been created by women, but men have an interest in the pursuit of love too. We believe that a greater appreciate of ‘other’ could help foster stronger relationships – and that’s not exclusive the romantic relationships. This is us. By day, I work in the world of finance, but by night I contemplate this thing call love by night. Ok, I don’t really do the latter. ​ ​ What’s the best relationship lesson you’ve learnt? Communication is key. Talk then and talk some more. Listen also. By day, I work in the world of finance, but by night I contemplate this thing call love by night. Ok, I don’t really do the latter. ​ ​ What’s the best relationship lesson you’ve learnt? Communication is key. Talk then and talk some more. Listen also. By day, I work in the world of finance, but by night I contemplate this thing call love by night. Ok, I don’t really do the latter. ​ ​ What’s the best relationship lesson you’ve learnt? Communication is key. Talk then and talk some more. Listen also.

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