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Introducing Mend, the app that helps you through breakups

Let’s face it, breaking up sucks!

Whether it was a short-lived fling or a long-term relationship, breaking up with someone you’ve once loved can be downright devastating.

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Luckily, you no longer have to go through the grieving process alone.

Mend App iTunes
Via iTunes

Introducing Mend, the breakup trainer.

Created by Let’s Mend founder and former Google employee, Ellen Huerta, Mend is a mobile application designed to aid you through a rough breakup.

Huerta started letsmend.com back in 2014, when she herself was going through a tough time. In her search for encouraging words, she came up with the idea of creating a website dedicated to helping people get back up after getting their hearts broken.

However, Huerta felt that the website wasn’t enough in aiding heartbroken individuals; so on July 2016, she launched the mobile app, Mend.

“Content was helpful, but what people really wanted was more personalized support. With our app, we are reinventing the way people mend broken hearts,” Huerta further explains in the Mend website.

Mend Tracker
via iTunes

The app features inspirational audio recordings, a personal tracker and success stories from Mend users.  

using Mend
Via Facebook.com/Mend

With this app on-hand, you’ll never feel like you have to suffer your broken heart alone. So, take it one day at a time and remember: your ex wasn’t worth your time anyway!

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