The story so far

Love is hard, maybe technology can help...


That's me


Jonathan Brun

Pliny the Elder proclaimed, "Experience is the most efficient teacher of all things".

As you may have guessed, I created this website after some on-the-job-experience. Some people go to school to learn a profession, I decided to fall in love and then let it fall apart - though not on purpose. That doesn't make me a love doctor, in fact it kind of says the opposite, but it did make me aware of the need for a reminder service, relationship tips and lots of help choosing gifts.

The tough part of being in a relationship is not the first few months or the last few, but the day to day, in and out living that makes up 90% of it. It's a challenge to stay excited and attentive to your partner's evolving needs and far too often we forget the small gestures that make a world of difference. I know I did.

In the fall of 2010 I decided to build Make your Girlfriend Happy for myself and since I'm a rather typical guy, I decided to invite the world - here we are.

The site is growing, helping more men and women by the day, but we need help. If you love the site or want to know more, just send me an email. I'm always happy to chat with a fellow romantic. Thanks for reading and welcome to Make your Girlfriend Happy, I hope it helps you as much as it might have helped me.

A suave introduction to the site...

Our introductory trailer

Our mission

To boldly go where... just kidding. Our service is devoted to improving the quality of your relationships and understanding of your partner and self. We will accomplish this through practical and entertaining relationship advice, useful reminders and a concierge-type service for purchasing great gifts for your partner.

All of our services must adhere to the following rules:

  • Information must be practical, entertaining and actionable.
  • Women will always be treated as completely equal to men in all respects.
  • Never make any sexist remarks to either men or women.
  • We pledge to donate 2 percent of our revenues or 10 of our profits (whichever is greater) to education initiatives for girls in the developing world.