Maybe there is some truth to the old cliché, the second time’s a charm.  At the premiere of her latest movie, “Jonah Hex,” Megan Fox told People magazine, “I’m more in love with him (fiancé Brian Austin Green) than I was in the beginning.”  The couple – who were first engaged in 2006 and called it off last February – re-engaged this month.

How can you prevent the break-up/make-up syndrome from happening in your relationship?


Cupid’s Advice:

Sometimes it takes a little distance to find out if two people are  meant to be together before they walk down the aisle.  Cupid has some suggestions to help keep your relationship on track without all the drama:

1. Take it slow: Far too often couples rush into a serious relationship, only to have it end badly.  If you slow down the courtship and get to know one another, you’ll have a better chance at being together for the long haul.

2. Be honest: If something is bothering you, it’s important to share your feelings with your partner immediately.  Keeping things inside will only cause resentment, and can often lead to a break-up.

3. The test of time: Sometimes the only way to know if a relationship will sustain is to see how things go after being together for a few years.