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This Museum Exhibits Memorabilia From Broken Relationships

And they accept donations for exhibit, too!
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We all heal from breakups differently—we binge-watch TV shows and movies, eat our favorite comfort food until we get sick of it, burn photos of our exes, or throw away items that we kept to remind us of certain moments in our relationships. But what if we told you that there's one more way we know you can heal from these breakups without throwing everything you've kept?

The Museum of Broken Relationships founded in 2006 in Zagreb, Croatia is heading to Los Angeles, and they're exhibiting personal memorabilia from ex-lovers donated by exes and accompanied by their stories. (via TeenVogue.com)

Founded by Olinka Vistica and Drazen Grubisic, the Museum of Broken Relationships aims to give people a peek into the lives of former lovers, family, or friends and to offer one way for them to find healing after the painful experience. Submissions are 100% anonymous and they encourage people who donate to tell their stories candidly.

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In case you're interested in donating something from your personal stash, go here.

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