Who Is Eddie Corbano?
Eddie Corbano is one of the most highly regarded experts in the field breakup recovery. He’s a professional coach, author, and founder of LovesAGame.com.
He has given breakup advice for adults on this site since 2007. He is happily married and has two twin daughters.
Helping people get over a breakup or divorce fast has become his life mission.
Experience and Qualification
Eddie has over 13 years of experience in the field of breakup and divorce recovery and has written over 300 articles with over 27 million views overall, as well as three bestselling books.
He has been featured and interviewed by news outlets such as Washington Post, Bustle, Huffington Post, BravoTV, and many more.
He has personally helped thousands of people all over the world overcome self-imposed obstacles and use a relationship split as a catalyst to live a better and more fulfilled life.
Eddie’s Mission to Help the Broken-Hearted
“People rarely see breakups as an opportunity.”
Eddie sees it as his life’s mission to help people overcome tough breakups or divorces, turn their life around, and become the best version of themselves.
“People rarely see this as an opportunity,” he says, “But during such existential experiences, it’s the best time to take a deep look into yourself and face the demons you’ve been dragging with you your whole life.
“That’s why people keep going from breakup to breakup their whole lives. Because they avoid facing the deep-wired issues they have.“
How It All Started: Eddie’s Heartbreak Journey
“I had to make the decision if I wanted to live or die.“
Sixteen years ago, Eddie suffered from a devastating breakup that defined the direction and purpose of his life.
“I was figuratively standing at a crossroad,“ he said, “I had to make the decision if I wanted to live or die.“
He was lucky to have received unexpected help from a distant relative. He told him the three main things that he needed in order to get over his ex.
Since then, Eddie has been working on a daily basis to help people heal their broken hearts. He continuously looks for new, better ways to create the insights that helped him so much.
Every day, he answers emails, communicates with his course students, writes emails and articles, and educates himself even more on the topic.
What drives him is his life-defining purpose: working off the emotional debt he owes the relative who saved him so many years ago.
Frequently Asked Questions For Eddie
“Why should I trust you? What qualifies you to help me?”
”I have the motivation, dedication, and knowledge to help you … and I’m doing it because it fulfills me and makes me happy.”
I’m not a therapist. Maybe that’s who you need. But then again, maybe who you really need is someone like me:
- Extensively experienced in the field breakup recovery, self-taught, with a background in humanities (Magister Artium).
- Someone who went through a devastating breakup and felt the pain in his own skin.
- Someone who knows what it feels like and who understands exactly what people are going through.
Unlike a therapist, I will tell you exactly what you should do and avoid in your particular situation.
I have worked daily with people going through breakups since 2005. It has taught me what works and what doesn’t.
I have learned through trial and error what brings people forward in specific situations and what throws them back. I know what helps them in their daily life and what doesn’t.
Years of experience with real people have enabled me to create an effective system to lead them to recovery after a breakup or divorce and as a result, break blockades they have carried around their whole lives.
I have tons of testimonials from clients/students to attest to the effectiveness of this system.
I have the motivation, dedication, and knowledge to help you.
”Acceptance is the key.”
I do this because it’s my life purpose, which my breakup led me to.
This is what fulfills me and makes me happy.
It’s as simple as that.
“What is your advice for someone who is going through a breakup right now?”
”The wound is the place where the Light enters you.” — Rumi
The first thing is always to help the client WANT to heal and get over their Ex.
This isn’t always obvious. Often, people subconsciously refuse to heal because “healing” means “losing” them.
Unfortunately, this can go on for years, where you learn to tolerate the suffering for the purpose of still having them around.
Of course, this is an Illusion and leads to identifying with the pain and more suffering.
In our course (and with my coaching), we help you overcome this obstacle by helping you to accept what happened. Acceptance is the key.
The next step is always the “Physical Detox”:
Give yourself the opportunity to get rid of the “Ex-Toxins” by going No-Contact. I help the client/student to do this by identifying and preparing for the biggest obstacles.
”You must get rid of the ‘Ex-Toxins.’”
Receiving support from myself or the community forum is a cornerstone of reaching 60 days without contacting an Ex.
After the 60 days have passed, many people will have changed. You WILL feel better and come to a new perspective about your breakup.
Then, it’s essential to do an “Emotional DETOX.”
This is when you reconnect to your true self, find “hidden core-pains,” re-build self-awareness and self-esteem, and “disengage consciously.”
This is the whole process I use, in a nutshell.
“What is your personal mission?”
My mission is to teach as many people as I can:
- How to attract the best partner.
- How to have happy relationships.
- How to have basic relationship skills.
- How to be whole as a person.
- How to live a life in love, fulfillment, and passion.
I want to make authentic LOVE great again.
A breakup is the starting point or the foundation for this.
“C’mon, who are you really, Eddie?”
”I went through a never-ending cycle of failed relationships.”
I’ve always been an introvert-intellectual-artist type of guy (INFJ), which created constant tension with a practical, down-to-earth, authoritative father.
I’ve always felt like nobody ever understood me. I got my self-esteem destroyed on a daily basis — always critiqued, never praised.
I felt alone constantly.
Unfortunately, this led to many relationship problems: codependency, attachment, and even lower self-esteem.
I went through a never-ending cycle of failed relationships.
My last breakup changed all that.
It forced me to look deep into myself and recognize who I really was, how I really ticked.
It made me strip away all the toxic layers that I had accumulated through external input and influence.
I discovered what I really wanted in life.
It’s impossible to describe in words how much this freed me.
This happened at the age of 38.
Today, 13 years later, I’m married, a father of two, happy, self-centered, at peace, and fulfilled through my mission.
The breakup made all this possible.
What’s important to me? What are my values?
Family, honesty, integrity, love, kindness, closeness, appreciation, thankfulness, authenticity, altruism, courage, and heart.
"What is your best breakup advice for me, Eddie?”
My advice for you is this: Take this breakup and your recovery seriously, and see it as an opportunity.
Do NOT wait for time to heal you; take your life into your own hands and force change.
You do NOT depend on your Ex for your happiness. You do NOT want a partner who left you.
Know that there’s nothing wrong with you. You are enough as you are.
“A year from now, you will wish you had started today.” —Karen Lamb
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“What do recent clients say about Eddie?”
“Eddie, you are an Angel and have helped me in so many ways, I can never say thank you enough. I would recommend this course to anyone going through a breakup, because it has helped me. I went to counseling, but nothing else has helped me except you.”