My mother always said to me "It doesn't matter if you know you're meant to be with the person or you don't want to be with them at all anymore - breaking up always sucks". How true it is. It only makes sense, in our world of super-ultra convenience, that there's now an option to pay someone to do the dirty work of your break-up. 37- year-old Kristy Mazins, a former nurse from Melbourne, understands just how awful it is for the social media generation to express their feelings, so she created “Sorry It’s Over”.
"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."According to Bustle, for just a bit of cash, Mazins will deliver your significant other a text, email, handwritten letter or even a phone call explaining why her customer feels the relationship must come to an end. Here's a taste of Mazin's work: All you do is outline the message you want to convey and Mazin then conveys it with added phrases to ease the pain "if needed". Here’s an email example from “Sorry It’s Over”: Mazin credits her years of experience with beside manner on her master ability to using gentle words in tense or uncomfortable circumstances.
"I’m quite good at mediating people’s relationships. It’s a gift. I think it’s the counselling that goes with nursing."If you don't think a simple letter or call will suffice, customers can pay a higher, unspecified fee for Mazin to send flowers, a sympathy basket or an actual person to break the bad news.