Los Angeles, CA, December 06, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Mend, the #1 self care app for heartbreak and beyond, has been featured in Apple’s “Best of 2018” on the App Store. Mend can be found in the “Trends of the Year: Self-Care” section of “Best of 2018,” alongside meditation heavyweights Headspace and Calm.
Self care continues to be a growing trend, and Mend remains at the forefront of self care for heartbreak. The app allows users to view breakups as a catalyst for change and transformation. Through daily audio trainings, community support, and breakup stories, Mend users are able to process their breakup in a more productive and healthy manner.
The news comes on the heels of the inaugural The Mend 30, where the company honored 30 researchers, influencers, disruptors, storytellers, and icons who are working to open the hearts and minds of society in the love and relationships space. The inaugural The Mend 30 event was hosted by Elle Huerta, CEO and founder of Mend, and Karamo Brown, the culture expert in the Emmy Award-winning Netflix series “Queer Eye,” producer, psychotherapist, and activist.
If you would like to cover Mend’s recent feature on the Apple App Store’s “Best of 2018,” or would like to request an interview with Mend’s founder Elle Huerta, please contact Kat Torres at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mend is the #1 self care app for breakups and beyond. You can think of our app like a “personal trainer for heartbreak” (New York Times) - but we’re also not satisfied with simply opening the doors to a wealth of resources and letting people fend for themselves. We work to mend broken hearts by overcoming it with you, at your side, and on your terms, every step of the way.
Letter From The Founder:
"Not too long ago, I was going through a breakup and looking online for help. I found a lot of empty advice (“It takes time” “Just get over it.”), but nothing that resonated with me or made me feel better. So I set out to build a community for people who were going through heartbreak: letsmend.com.
"This content site and community grew into our app, Mend, which launched in 2017. Mend is like a best friend in your pocket during heartbreak, there to check on you, give you advice and comfort you. The only difference is that we never get sick of hearing you talk about your breakup and our advice is created by experts.
"We believe that every end is a new beginning. And we’re so honored to support you on your journey."
Founder and CEO