Our compassionate and comprehensive heartbreak program uses the most effective tools from psychology, mindfulness, coaching, nutrition, and science-backed research to help you get on the mend. We’re there for you every step of the way, from getting through the early days of heartbreak to deepening your self-love, and, when you’re ready, preparing to start dating again.I'm heartbroken
Our burnout program will give you a better understanding of why you're burned out, how to address your symptoms of burnout, and how to prevent a period of burnout from happening again in the future. You'll learn evidence-based practices from Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) specifically designed for the burned-out brain and body.I'm burned out
This app has truly been integral to my healing process after ending a 3-1/2 year relationship. The days since I last contacted my ex were constant motivators to keep pushing forward without relapsing, and the lessons and journaling really allowed me to deal and confront my pain instead of numbing my suffering.
Mend may be the best type of friend to have after a breakup: they don't judge, enable, capitulate, preach, or try to sell a particular ideal or stance. It's information to be taken truly to heart. It's all about YOU.
I would say this is a MUST for someone going through a breakup. Friends and family are great, but this is like a friend with a psychology degree lol LOVE LOVE LOVE the app! Great work!
If love is like a plant, how can we help it grow? Hosts Ellen Huerta, founder of Mend, and Sarah May B, the podcaster behind Help Me Be Me and The Break-Up Album, talk about relationships, dating, sex, and heartbreak.
On the Mend explores how people get on the mend and stay on the mend during difficult times. Inspired by our popular #howimend blog series, host Ellen Huerta interviews people who share their heartbreak stories and how they got through it.