By Kyanah Murphy

Sometimes relationships don’t work out, no matter how hard you try. According to UsMagazine.com, the latest celebrity news is that celebrity couple Yolanda Foster and David Foster are calling it quits. The celebrity divorce comes after four years of marriage. Busy schedules and Yolanda’s lyme disease contributed to the celebrity divorce. Despite it all, the former celebrity couple says they did their best to make their celebrity relationship work.

This celebrity divorce comes after the couple “did their best.” What are some ways to nurture a failing relationship?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Even celebrity divorce is inevitable, even if you do your best. It’s truly unfortunate. As you’re on the last leg of your relationship, here are three tips to help nurture your failing relationship:

1. Be honest: Be honest with your former partner. Share what you did not receive in the relationship and what kind of relationship you’re looking for. Be as clear as possible.

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2. Make a gradual transition: Gradually transition from lovers to friends. You may want to cut all ties with your former partner but that may not be the right thing to do. Instead, slowly reduce contact until you reach a comfortable level. After all, not all relationships end on bad terms.

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3. Take some deep breaths: You might be feeling a lot of negative emotions, but don’t let them get the better of you! Instead, take some deep breath and think things through. Definitely sleep on them. You don’t want to do something that you’ll end up regretting.

How have you nurtured your failing relationship? Comment below!