How Do I Get Help From Someone Who Really Knows What They’re Doing?

Breakups are complicated. But with my help, they don’t have to be.

Imagine not agonizing about how to get her back.

Or angrily typing out a long message only to ask yourself “should I really send this?”

When you find yourself at loss for words because it seems like she’s already moved on even though it’s only been a few days or weeks…

Meanwhile, the things you used to enjoy feel like work. Maybe you feel like you need to “fake it until you make it”, because that’s what guys do, right?

The good news is if you’re feeling any of these things, you’re completely normal.

Over the last 5 years, I’ve had the opportunity to work with over 6,000 men across the world, and I can tell you: you’re not crazy for not feeling what you feel.

Now I know not all of you reading this are feeling overwhelmed. Maybe you’re just starting to feel better, but you have some questions.

You might be wondering how to get her back.

Or maybe you’re looking to date hotter women than before.

You might even be looking to use your breakup as motivation to level up your body, your mind, or your business.

The problem is there are a lot of bullshit artists out there who want to prey on guys like you. The ex-girlfriend recovery websites, or the “love doctors” of the world.

I know, because I was one of the guys they preyed on. I was so desperate for answers that I wasted thousands of dollars on their “coaching”.

What a disappointment that was. I was no closer to the answers I wanted. And of course, none of them offered refunds.

When I created Men’s Breakup, I wanted things to be different.

This is for you if you have a burning question you need to be answered or need my help with a very specific situation right away.

This is for questions like:

  • Why is she sending me mixed signals?
  • Why isn’t she texting me back?
  • She agreed to meet up, what do I do now?
  • She said she misses me, but won’t get b
  • What do I need to do to stop feeling like shit?
  • Why does she sometimes reach out to me but other times disappear?
  • What can I do to get out of the friendzone?
  • How do I stop thinking about her all the time?
  • What can I do to move on from her after all this time?
  • Why do I feel angry at her for breaking up with me?
  • How was she able to move on so quickly even though I still feel like shit?

Here’s How This Works:

This is for 1 email from me in response to any 1 question you have about breakups, dating, and relationships. Your question and background info should be less than 1,000 words.

Does that sound fair? You could spend hours looking and even more time wondering if it’s really the right answer, or you can ask me instead and get the right answer every time.

Once you’ve paid, email your question to jack@mensbreakup.com. Please make sure the email you use is the same as the one you provide below. I’ll respond within 24 hours, although I’m usually a lot quicker than that.

All Answers Are Backed By A Lifetime Refund Guarantee

I’m so confident that I’ll be able to help you, that I back all of my answers up with a lifetime refund guarantee.

That’s right. If you’re unhappy with the answers I provide, you may request a full refund at any time, for any reason.

Just email me at jack@mensbreakup.com with the email address you used when signing up, and I’ll refund 100% of what you paid. It’s that simple.

FAQs

Are there any discounts?

There are not. I’m actually taking a loss at the current rate.

It costs me more money and more time to advertise this than the cost of the coaching.

I’m doing this because I genuinel want to help you, and I’m hoping I make a good enough impression on you that you’ll choose to do business with me in the future.

I’m doing this because I genuinely want to help you, and I’m hoping I make a good enough impression on you that you’ll choose to do business with me in the future.

What questions can I ask?

I can answer anything you ask. In 2 years of doing this, I’ve only ever had to reject a handful of questions, mostly from those who needed serious counciling.

Are you a therapist?

I am not, and I have never claimed to be. Depending on the problems you are having, I may reccomend therapy with a qualified professional.

It can be very helpful to establish a relationship with a therapist if you are really suffering, but this really only applies to about 10% of you.