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A New Paid Service Will Break Up With Your Partner For You

As the song states: “breaking up is hard to do.” Well, now you can pay a service to break up for you with your girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, wife, partner — whomever you want to get out of your life. If you don’t want to handle the sometimes emotional breakup scene yourself, this is the service for you, according to BroBible.

Kristy Mazins, 37, created an Australian service called “Sorry It’s Over.” She was previously a bedside nurse, which she believes gives her the ability to correctly and delicately word the message, given the tense situation of breaking up with someone. The customer outlines what they want to say, and Mazins spells it out.

There are various levels that you can purchase, depending on how you want to break up with someone. It can be a colder, distant breakup or one with a more personal touch. For approximately five Australian dollars, the service will dump your significant other via text, email, handwritten letter, or even a phone call. If you want to be more generous — or perhaps feel more guilty over the breakup — you can attempt to ease your ex’s heartbreak with a sympathy hamper and personalized message for 90 Australian dollars. Mazins stated the following, according to Metro.

“You know with Gen Y how they’re so tech savvy, I think for them it’s the perfect service. People don’t like the confrontation. People are scared of it. It’s a much needed service because it takes the fear out of breaking up.”

There is also an in-person option that is only available within a 40-kilometer distance of Melbourne for those who want a more personal touch. For the deluxe option, for 66 Australian dollars Mazins will make a personal appearance to tell your former beloved of your break-up decision. According to Metro, an example of a break-up contact is:

“Hi [Name],

I’m writing on behalf of [Name]. Although [Name] cares and respects you she is afraid to confront you. [Name] believes your relationship has run it’s {sic} course.
It’s painful to say goodbye to someone that you don’t want to let go. It’s even harder to forget someone who gave you so much to remember. However, [Name] says she is not ready for marriage, children and all the responsibilities that come with it.
Chemistry has also been lacking and [Name] believes it cannot be forced. This is a difficult time and 5 years together has created many treasured memories.
Hope you understand and can still be friends.
Regards,
sorryitsover.com.au on behalf of [Name]”

There are many reasons to break up with someone, such as incompatability, lack of common goals or interests, or abuse. Lorraine Lorimer, 45, married a childhood sweetheart. They had briefly dated as teenagers and, three years ago, again struck up a romance. According to Lorimer, Alan O’Donnell was “kind, caring, and attentive” and anxious to get married. Unfortunately, after they married, he became a very abusive husband who beat her and poured bleach on her. He received a three-year jail sentence, according to an article in the Inquisitr.

Would you ever use such a service to break up with someone? Please leave your comments below.

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