If you’re in a bad relationship, but don’t have the courage to break up with him or her, “The Bachelor” host Chris Harrison will help you.
Now, if you want to dump someone, all you have to do is dial this number and hand the phone to your not-so-significant other. Harrison will then inform the unlucky suitor they are being dumped, and will give them a number of ways to cope with their broken heart.
But wait, there’s more: The “Bachelor” himself, Sean Lowe, will offer to commiserate with the scorned dater, read a love poem, or give the rejected one a pep talk.
The hotline can be reached at 212-HEART-BR.
And now, it’s time for a disclaimer: This ad is NOT endorsed by Nikki Cruz, who suggests that you see a licensed mental health counselor if you’re having difficulties coping after ending a relationship. The process of breaking up and emotional aftermath can be similar to the feelings of grief, anger, despair, numbness, etc., after the loss of a loved one. However, not everyone reacts the same way or has similar feelings. If you are depressed or grieving, give yourself plenty of time to heal, and spend time with family and friends. They can be a great support system.
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