By Dejha Carlisle

It seems like the Kardashians like to keep it in the family! In the latest celebrity news, Blac Chyna riled up her followers on Instagram after she posted a pic of herself and Rob Kardashian on January 26th. Not only that, but his family was less than thrilled after he posted another photo with the caption, “Blac Chyna probably out shopping rite now as she plan to give birth to the only next generation of the Kardashian Name! #BabyKardashian.” According to UsMagazine.com, Khloe Kardashian tweeted, “You can do anything. But never go against the family.” She states she was referring to a different family member, but it might as well have been aimed at Rob. Chyna is celebrity exes with Tyga, who is now dating Kylie Jenner. She also had a falling out with Kim Kardashian, so the family is not on good terms with her.

This celebrity news is stirring up some drama! What are some ways to deal when your family doesn’t like your new partner?

Cupid’s Advice:

Knowing your family doesn’t like your partner can often cause confusion and doubt. You want to be able to have confidence in your new relationship. Cupid has some relationship advice to follow if your family doesn’t approve:

1. Playing the role: Your family often times has the biggest influence on your life. Your parents take on the role of protecting you from harm, and maybe they feel as if your new partner is bad for you. Try to make sure your family bonds with your new partner. Spending quality time together might help easy their worries.

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2. Brag: Brag as often as you can about your partner when you get the chance. Make sure to focus on the great things your partner has done. That way it’ll help your parents to see the positive side to your relationship.

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3. Avoid complaining: Complaining about your partner will only anger your parents more, and that’s what you want to avoid. Make sure to keep your negative comments to yourself unless it’s something major, or just vent to a friend about how you really feel.

How did you deal with your partner’s family not liking you? Share your thoughts below.