The Scoop: Breakup expert Eddie Corbano has spent his coaching career guiding people from heartache to healing. He teaches singles how to get over an ex and cultivate a healthier, happier mindset. He has created step-by-step coursework, blog articles, and resources for divorcees and breakup survivors on the road to recovery. Anyone feeling hung up on an ex or hurting from a past relationship can consult with Eddie to heal, gain clarity, and move forward.
The aftermath of a breakup can be pretty brutal, especially if you’ve been with someone for a long time. I remember one evening a friend texted me, “We broke up. Can you come get me?” I was at her apartment in nine minutes flat, ready to help her pack, cry, and get the heck out of that toxic relationship.
By the end of that week, we had dissected her ex’s many personal flaws, created three dating profiles, and gone through two boxes of tissues. Breakups often bring out a lot of insecurities and fears, and it can be hard to see a way forward while your head and heart is fixated on the past.
During these times of crisis and crying sessions, it helps to turn to someone you trust for emotional support. It could be a friend or a family member, or it could be professional breakup coach Eddie Corbano.
In 2005, Eddie founded his coaching business, LovesAGame.com, to help people overcome heartbreak and learn to love themselves. He invites his clients to see heartbreak as an opportunity to heal, grow, and move forward. Eddie told us he has experienced many bad breakups and can empathize with people feeling regret, confusion, and despair after a relationship has ended.
By sharing his experiences and wisdom with his clients, Eddie can show people how to regain a sense of hope and create strategies to reach certain life goals.
“One thing I teach people is to find their individual life purpose and use it to fuel their recovery,” he told us. “Helping people to do that is definitely my life purpose.”
Eddie sees people at some of their weakest moments, and he builds them up with messages of hope and empowerment.
“You definitely can shorten your healing time,” he said. “Most people think that it’s time that heals you. Not true. You have control over how quickly you proceed through the seven stages of breakup recovery.”
How to Avoid Common Traps & Make Healthy Decisions
Years ago, Eddie went through a bad breakup that became a wake-up call in his life. His pain prompted him to focus on taking care of himself and living up to his potential. He stopped going through the motions and started truly making the most of his life. His journey toward fulfillment started at his lowest low and took him to his highest high.
“The breakup changed everything,” he recalled. “It was the catalyst to a new me and a completely new life with the perfect partner and the perfect kids.”
Now, Eddie helps others find the same fulfillment and joy in their own lives.
As a breakup coach, Eddie talks about common obstacles and effective strategies on the road to recovery. He understands the stages of breaking up and can provide the education and inspiration to motivate singles to move on from an ex, regain a sense of self, and find a new, healthier love.
“My job is to show them the way, helping them to avoid the usual traps and take the right turns at the right time,” he said. “After almost 15 years of doing this now, I pretty much know where people are stuck. I know what works and what doesn’t.”
Eddie breaks the healing process into seven stages, and he has developed coursework and coaching programs to make sure people make progress and move from one stage to the next until they reach the end goal: recovery.
Eddie offers his empathetic support throughout the process. He can address emotional blockages and encourage singles to let go of the past and practice unconditional self-love.
“My approach is a little different from other coaches because I basically tell them what they need to do in order to feel better,” Eddie said. “I tell people in concrete terms what they need to do.”
Whether he’s working with a recently divorced homemaker or a brokenhearted businessman, Eddie’s coaching strategy stays pretty much the same. He’s there to listen and show up for his clients, so he can see the way forward that might be hidden from them.
“You don’t have to rely on time,” Eddie said. “Just take the right turns at the crossroads, keep your goal in sight, and take care of yourself.”
An Online Course Gets Singles Back on Track
Throughout his career, Eddie has sought new challenges and developed programs to deliver his message to as many people as possible.
Eddie offers a home-study version of his best coachings called Ex-Detox Course that includes worksheets, quizzes, videos, and other resources. The course summarizes Eddie’s biggest breakup takeaways and offers eight lessons full of helpful insights on how to stop thinking about an ex and what you can do to move on. This virtual course has reached over 23,000 people worldwide.
People who participate in the coursework soon realize they’re not alone because they become connected with a community in a private member forum where people share their stories, heartaches, and fears.
“My work is never routine or boring,” he said. “I’m proud that I can help people on a daily basis, and they are rewarding me with their feedback and their stories.”
Eddie also offers a Breakup Survival Email Mini Course for free, offering an eight-part email course that helps people understand certain aspects of a breakup, including obsessive overthinking and recovery steps. Its actionable lessons help people land on their feet.
In the next couple years, Eddie plans to intensify his coaching programs, possibly by working with other coaches, so he can assist and inspire even more people.
He said he’s also interested in expanding his breakup recovery programs to include steps for re-entering the dating scene and finding the right partner. For anyone who’s “on the rebound,” Eddie can offer tips for maintaining a healthy relationship outlook and building trust with someone new.
“My goal is to accompany people all the way,” he said, “starting with the breakup up to helping them maintain the relationship with Ms or Mr. Perfect.”
Changing Lives With Effective & Insightful Coaching
Eddie speaks from his heart, and his advice often resonates with people going through tough situations. For the last 15 years, he has worked with people from all walks of life, and he has learned just as much from them as they have from him.
“I completed the coursework a few months ago and am feeling the happiest, healthiest, and most positive than I have ever been,” said one person in an anonymous testimonial. “I have grown in leaps and bounds.”
At the end of the day, Eddie’s mission is to inspire people to become more independent and gain the clarity they need to reach their true potential. He readies his clients for the next adventure life has to offer. Many positive testimonials have come from clients who followed his advice and found happiness.
“I know what to do and can effectively communicate with a client to create lasting change.” — Eddie Corbano
“I just want to say ‘thank you’ for what you do,” said a client named Lucy. “You really are a lifesaver and hope at the end of the tunnel. If it were not for you and your emails, I would not have successfully gotten over my ex and found true love.”
“I have to say you have lifted me to a higher level of personal consciousness,” said Barclay Denholm in a testimonial. “I am actually now getting over my ex.”
Eddie said every success story is gratifying to him because he got into the dating industry to help people avoid his mistakes. He shows people the power of positive thinking and kind actions, and he reawakens the possibility of love in their hearts.
“It is the most rewarding feeling that you can ever get from life,” Eddie said. “Experiencing all nuances of life, and helping each other along the way is, in my opinion, the purpose of this life.”
Eddie Corbano: An Empathetic Expert in the Healing Process
When a relationship is over, the emotional attachment and heart-wrenching memories don’t just disappear. In the days, weeks, and months after a breakup, it can be difficult to process your emotions, work through the pain, and find closure with an ex, but it’s much easier when you have someone beside you who gets it and wants to help.
Eddie Corbano has made it his life’s mission to be there for the heartbroken, downtrodden, and dumped. He empathizes with breakup survivors because he has been in their shoes, and he knows what to say and do to make things better. On LovesAGame.com, he can offer effective solutions for people wondering what’s next.
Thanks to Eddie’s articles, coursework, and coaching programs, many people have been able to cultivate a positive frame of mind and turn a bad breakup into an opportunity to grow.
“My goal is to change people’s lives,” he said. “I want them to look back at their breakup as the best experience they’ve ever had.”