Good Grief: Talking through your issues with strangers could be the best medicine for a broken heart.
The grieving process doesn't come with a rule book. That's why Naz Perez, a former producer on The Bachelor, started Heartbroken Anonymous.
The confidential support group meets on the second Thursday of every month (location varies) and is something of a safe haven for anyone who has experienced or is currently navigating heartbreak—whether that's the loss of a relationship, loved one, job, or pet. "You hear things that people would never say out loud," Perez says, "but the coolest part is that people walk in as strangers and leave as friends. We can't really take away the pain of being heartbroken, but if I can help people feel better for an hour or two, it makes all the difference."