Going through a breakup is hard...

Going through a breakup in college...well, that's a special kind of difficult, especially if it's your first heartbreak.

So what can you do to get through the semester when your world has been rocked by a breakup?

In this Mend class, you'll learn about the science of heartbreak, which helps to normalize everything you're feeling right now. And you'll learn practical tools and strategies for getting through the breakup, like how to deal if you have to see your ex on campus and what you can do to stop having so many sleepless nights.

This class features 20 audio trainings and journal prompts. It's a self-paced class that's not meant to feel like added stress, that's why the class is audio trainings, so you can listen on the go.

Are you ready to start mending?

Mend offers support for the journey inward. We work with wellness, mindfulness, and mental health experts to develop all of the training content available in our programs.

The Mend App, dubbed the "personal trainer for heartbreak", has helped Menders feel better 58% faster after a breakup and was awarded Apple's Best of 2018 in the self care category.

Find more support for mending from heartbreak, burnout, and dating burnout at letsmend.com.

To learn more about Mend, visit letsmend.com.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to access the class?

Internet connection and a way to listen to audio trainings (headphones or your laptop/computer speakers).

When does the class begin?

Whenever you decide! This is a self-paced class that you can begin and end whenever you’re ready, and you can come back and review lectures whenever you need.

What’s the refund policy?

We don’t offer refunds on classes, so we recommend that you read through the class description material in detail to make sure this class will meet your needs.

Do I have to be in college to sign up for this class?

No! We created this class as an intro to the comprehensive heartbreak program Mend is known for. Anyone is welcomed to take this class, but it was created with Menders in their late teens/early 20s in mind.


Email us at [email protected].