The Year in Heartbreak: 2018

When we near a new year, it’s nice to take some time to reflect on the prior one. Time passes us and we don’t often pause to cherish all of the growth and happenings of the year. Reflection plays a huge role in transformation, especially when it comes to heartbreak, so we wanted to take the time to reflect on the role heartbreak played in society this past year.

We decided to round up all things heartbreak from 2018. You might have forgotten about the song that was your breakup anthem earlier this year, or the celeb split that made you feel less alone in your grief, but we’re here to remind you of all the times heartbreak was on our radar. Hopefully this trip down memory lane serves as inspiration, support, and knowledge as you step into the new year.

So here it goes, the year in heartbreak:


Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson’s split spikes Google Trends: breakup.

Celebrity breakups piled up and a lot of them blindsided us!

David Dobrik and Liza Koshy addressed their breakup in a joint video, that was watched over 47 million times.


A study shows that hating on your ex is the most effective way to diminish the feelings of love you have for them.

New breakup anthems crept into our playlists, with Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” currently dominating on the Billboard charts.

In this piece, a woman shares her experience using hypnosis to try to cure her heartbreak.

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Apple featured Mend in their “Best of 2018” on the App Store!

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