By Jessica DeRubbo

Apparently there are no hard feelings in the mix with this scenario! According to UsMagazine.com, Kylie Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian were recently spotted hanging with Rob Kardashian’s ex girlfriend, Adrienne Bailon. This celebrity news comes on the heals of Kylie’s Instagram post picturing the three girls, with the caption, “Cause we are sistersss.” Celebrity exes Rob Kardashian and Bailon dated for two years, from 2007 to 2009, when their celebrity relationship ended. In a 2010 episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kardashian admitted he was unfaithful to Bailon. Apparently Bailon doesn’t have hold that against Rob’s two sisters!

This celebrity news comes amidst a lot of Rob Kardashian happenings lately. How do you know whether you can be friends with your family member’s ex or not?

Cupid’s Advice:

It’s a dicey situation when it comes to your family and their exes. If you’re on the fence about whether it’s okay for you to keep a connection with your family member’s ex, Cupid has some tips:

1. Time since the split: If it’s been a long time since the break-up occurred, your family member has probably had plenty of a chance to cope. The best way to find out if that coping period is over is to simply ask. You probably know your family member well enough to detect if there’s any hesitation in his or her answer whatsoever. If they seem okay about it, then go for it.

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2. The reason for the break-up: If the reason for the break-up is that the relationship simply ran its course and it was a mutual parting, you’re probably more okay keeping contact with your family member’s ex than if something horrific happened at the end of the relationship, like a cheating scandal. Definitely consider the facts before making a decision.

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3. How “over it” your family member is: It’s not necessarily all about time. Your family member may have good reason to be completely and utterly over the relationship he or she was in. It may have only been a month, but your brother or sister has already moved on to greener pastures. If they’re over it, they shouldn’t have an issue with you continuing to remain friends with their ex.

What are some other things to consider when you’re trying to determine whether to stay friends with your family member’s ex? Share your thoughts below.