Mend - Breakup Self Care

Mend - Breakup Self Care

By Mend Tech, Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2016-06-27
  • Current Version: 3.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 60.94 MB
  • Developer: Mend Tech, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 278 Ratings


Mend is a self care app for heartbreak that guides you through your breakup day by day. Breakups hurt, but we believe that heartbreak can be transformational with support. Start with a free 7-day trial of our a self care program that soothes the post-breakup body, mind, and soul. What People Are Saying About Mend: “So now you know where to go when your heart next gets broken.” -Cosmopolitan "Mend, an app and online community that serves as part personal trainer, part online refuge for the brokenhearted." -The New York Times “Mend isn’t just a breakup coach; it’s an entire community for the brokenhearted.” -Business Insider “Although it doesn’t come with a virtual Kleenex box, Mend brings together multiple schools from hard data and scientific research to nutrition, yoga and mindfulness to create a well-rounded approach to healing heartbreak.” -Evening Standard “Mend is cheaper than a bottle of whiskey -- and less awkward than a drunk text.” - Men's Health You can also visit us at and @letsmend. If you have any questions, email us at **Mend is featured on Apple's first original series: Planet of the Apps! Check out Episode 6, now streaming on Apple Music.** HOW IT WORKS: Every day, you'll check in, listen to a short audio training that will help you with your breakup and complete a guided journaling activity. You will also have access to a stream of advice, stories and interviews that will keep you motivated and inspired. WHAT HAPPENS NEXT: At the conclusion of each week, you'll select themes you'd like to focus on in the week ahead, which we'll use to completely personalize your Mending journey as you focus on redefining your sense of self and rebuilding a life you love. OUR STORY: We are a female-founded startup based in Los Angeles. Elle, our founder, started Mend because she went through a breakup and couldn't find any affordable support that resonated with her. She launched and Mend with the mission to mend broken hearts. LISTEN TO TRAINING: Listen to short, bite-sized trainings every day that will help you mend. The first week is free, and become a member to unlock more daily training. TRACK YOUR PROGRESS: We never get sick of hearing about your breakup. Keep track of Days Since Breakup, Days Since Last Ex Contact and Self Care Activities as you mend. We also ask a daily question about your breakup to help you reflect, and you can write in your confidential journal whenever you need to get something off your mind. READ ADVICE: Read authentic and heartfelt stories and advice about heartbreak, relationships and love from our amazing community of Menders. BILLING DETAILS: Your first week of training is on us! To access training after, we offer three auto-renewing subscriptions: Monthly $9.99/mo, 3-Months $23.99 ($7.99/mo) and Annual $59.99 ($4.99/mo). All subscriptions auto-renew at the end of each term and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes Account. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes Account Settings. All purchases are final. Refunds will not be issued for any unused portion of the subscription term. IMPORTANT Please call 911 immediately if you believe that you or someone you know will harm themselves. Mend is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, treatment, medical treatment, psychotherapy, counseling, or mental health services. Terms of Service: Privacy Policy:



  • It helps

    By Ariday12
    Gives hope
  • Not for adult males

    By RyantheRed
    This app is seemingly written for high school girls going through their first breakup. It’s not good for adult guys going through real breakups in later life. The “audio training” is just a short blog post read by a young female with no actual credentials. It doesn’t actually give any “tools” other than a journal and a glorified blog post to react to. I will not pay for this.
  • Seriously Helped Me Go NC, Heal and Grow

    By dharveyxo
    I am so grateful to mend for helping me grieve the loss of my relationship in a healthy manner by focusing on remaining no contact, doing good things for myself each day, allowing me to begin each day with some amazing audio trainings and journals that really grounded me and just making me feel like I have someone in my corner. I can't give it enough stars!
  • Life changing

    By K-belle2009
    This app was exactly what I needed. It really brought or helped me find focus and clarity through my breakup. Is there maybe a way to change it so I can reread the articles that I favorited?
  • Beautiful, super helpful app

    By DWG
    Mend is like having a best friend in your pocket. The app provides sweet daily reminders and motivational quotes, and the trainings are really spot-on, emotionally and logically. I recommend it for anyone.
  • Thank you

    By Daddy's girl 2011
    I love this app. You have truly helped me through this pain and heartache with an honest but comforting way and I can’t thank you enough. I also appreciate the daily affirmation texts and reminders. My break up was with a man I’ve known and loved for 30 years, although we dated for only 7. We weren’t right for each other as more than friends but we both kept trying to make it work. Had I not found this app I probably would have gone back to my old habits of trying again, even knowing that it would probably happen again. I still love him but now I’m learning to love myself more and to recognize the difference between being together for true love and being together for convenience. Thank you again.
  • Im sorry but I couldnt even get through registration

    By MissAsefiE
    This app might be appropriate for high school students going through a break up but if you have been mArried and have kids and are facing divorce this is NOT helpful. Being asked if you are going through a “breakup 💔” followed by a totally obnoxious list of like 5 options re why your whole life is crumbling down around you “distance? Infidelity?...” followed by a textbot response of “Great! 🎉 Thanks for sharing” literally made me want to smash my phone. I did not register. I hate this app and have deleted it. Promising concept but the immature naiveté is enraging.
  • Blog posts passing as therapy

    By Fahrenheit10009999
    I thought the idea of this app was great. But much of what is presented seem like things heartbroken teenagers wrote in their live journals, not actual therapeutic advice. For example, a line in an article titled “When They Come Back To You, Please Don’t Take Them Back” that says: “Don’t ever forget that someone who cares about, loves you, will never ever do anything to hurt you. And say they do love you, say they do care, then that is even worse. ” Note this article is not about abusive relationships, just anyone who dumped you and hurt you. All relationships will hurt at times, and anyone who has been to any amount of therapy knows the right answer is not cutting everyone who ever causes you pain out of your life. I don’t leave a lot of app reviews, but it worries me that people may be making life decisions based on this advice.
  • Nice app

    By 4porkchops
    This app is great for anyone who is 1)Willing to pay for a coping app 2) is not in dire need of longer term psycho social support due to a really rough break up. Over all, nice app and easy to use. I did appreciate the lovely affirmation/reminders given on a daily basis.
  • The best!

    By SEJ611
    The best $10 I've spent in my app store. This app helped me target my feelings and channel them productively. I felt way less alone in the healing process and was given many resources (articles, recipes, journal prompts, movie recs, playlists) to help me move forward. I planned on only using this for the month but I'm going to extend my subscription. Mend has made this my most productive breakup and I've learned about myself. My only suggestion would be to tailor the programming so you can opt in or out depending on relevance of the specific message.