"I shared your book and web site with several of my book clubs, blog groups and friends; I think it is great to share. I hope your book becomes very successful!" -Susana
Read More Testimonials»

Our Breaking Up Experts

MJ Acharya

MJ Acharya

Author, blogger and healer of broken hearts

Shared by First30Days View Profile»
Mike Riley

Mike Riley

Co-author of How To Heal A Broken Heart In 30 Days

Shared by First30Days View Profile»
Melissa Kantor

Melissa Kantor

Author of the young adult novel The Breakup Bible

Shared by First30Days View Profile»

Meet all of our Relationships Experts»


The latest news on this change — carefully culled from the world wide web by our change agents. They do the surfing, so you don't have to!


Put down the Kleenex and back away from the Jack Daniel's. It’s perfectly all right to lament love gone bad, but you’re not the only one to have ever gone through a breakup! From messy public splits to quiet but painful separations, breaking up is just a part of life.

To help you get through it, we thought it might be a good idea to stop wallowing in your own misery and wallow in the misery of others (fictional others, that is) for a second. You might as well accept the universality of a bad end to a relationship before you move on—and you will move on! Here are our top TV breakups:

Sex and the City: Berger breaks up with Carrie via Post-It. That’s even worse than a text-message!

Friends: Ross and Rachel end their affair not one but twice—first in a teary breakup after Ross cheats, then again after a long and heartfelt letter causes more confusion.

Grey’s Anatomy: Christina finally makes it to her wedding day—only to have Burke call the whole thing off.

Gilmore Girls: On the day of her college graduation, Rory turns down Logan’s proposal in favor of striking out on her own.

We’re sure we missed some good ones, but that ought to be a good start. After you’re done drowning your sorrows in episodic television, may we suggest something good for you, like exercise? Studies have shown the endorphins released during activities like running give you the same good feelings as sex—so until you’re back in the saddle, you might as well get off the couch and work out!

Posted: 4/11/08

I made a promise to tell my testimony all over the globe once my man come back to me and my husband came just as DR abaka told me when he helped me. I made the right choice to have contacted DR abaka the great spell caster who is capable of helping you solve your problems. My man left me to suffer and i never believed that he will come back to me again but when i contacted DR abaka he assured me that my man will come again. he gave me some list of items to buy but i could not get them in my country and so i sent him the money and he bought the items and prepared the perfect love spell. My husband ran back to me in 3 days time begging for forgiveness THIS IS SO REAL AND GENUINE. NO SCAMS. I was so surprise that the spell worked just as he told me. This is so amazing and i want you to believe because DR abaka is so real and i urge you contact him now on his email so that he can also help you the way he helped me. email is Drabakaspelltemple@gmail.com and you can also contact him with his phone number on whats app +2349063230051 you can also check and contact him on htpp://Drabakaspelltemple.blogspot.com

  • By vivina
  • on 10/8/17 6:36 AM EST

Do you have a friend who can move in as a roommate? Or somewhere else you can stay? I can imagine that this is a challenging situation—perhaps having someone who can help you break this cycle will move you on to a better path.

  • By kristen
  • on 4/21/08 3:36 PM EST

I don't know how to break up with a devious, sneaky, alcoholic who will say anything i want to hear just to get back in the apt. To make matters worse i don't have the money to pay the rent and bills by myself, even though I work full-time
any advice?