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Has your relationship recently ended? Then we can well imagine that you are devastated by this. Shortly after such a breakup, you probably feel bad and don't feel good about yourself. This can have a major impact on your daily life. That is why it is useful to get over a breakup as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, this is often easier said than done. Fortunately, there are apps that can help you with this. We have listed a number of them in this text.

Breakup Boss

Healing a broken heart is something that takes time. However, there are ways to speed up the process and make it easier. The Break-up boss app is an example of this. Are you installing this app on your Android device or iPhone? Then you will be guided through the healing process. From research by ExpressVPN it turns out that this app provides you with a good dose of positivity, strength and perspectives day in and day out. This means you don't get stuck in sadness, but instead focus on personal growth. Anyone who wants to use Break-up Boss must pay a one-off fee of 6.99 euros.

Mend

If your relationship has ended unexpectedly, it may help to talk to a therapist. Do you think this is too expensive? Or would you rather not visit a therapist? Then the Mend app offers a solution. This is basically an online therapist who helps you get over your breakup. In the free version of the app you can read articles and listen to podcasts. Those who take out a subscription can also chat with an AI bot, take wellness courses, training and mini-lessons. You also get access to the Mend community. You can take out a subscription for 3, 6 and 12 months. The app is only available for iOS, but you can also use this service via the browser.

Breakup Buddy

Are you looking for support after a breakup? Then Breakup Buddy can help you with this. The focus of this app is on the first 28 days after a breakup. The structured plan should get you back on track in a relatively short time. Breakup Buddy provides insight into progress, celebrates milestones you have achieved and reminds you of moments of happiness. The app is equipped with an AI chatbot, where you can always ask questions and for advice, a listening ear or support. Various exercises are also offered that give you valuable insights. Breakup Buddy has a free trial version, so you can see for yourself whether the app is for you. Do you like the app? Then you can take out a subscription for 3 or 6 months. You pay 19.99 euros per month for this.

Halmos

A divorce can have a significant impact on your life. For most people it takes some time before they get over this. Halmos can help you speed up this process. This social network is completely aimed at people who are going through a divorce. You will find interactive forums, you can rely on personal guidance and share things anonymously. You can also create a virtual grave in the Halmos app. This is where you put everything you don't want to be reminded of. Halmos is available for both iOS and Android and can be used for free.

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