By Stephanie Sacco

Celebrity couple Amber Heard and Johnny Depp have had a rocky couple of weeks. Since Heard filed for divorce, it’s gone downhill for this pair. With the accusations that Depp abused his wife, a restraining order was put in play, as well as a request for spousal support. According to UsMagazine.com, Heard’s lawyer recently withdrew her request for temporary spousal support from Depp. She said it was being “used against me to distract and divert the public away from the very serious real issue of domestic violence.” At the same time, Depp had started to sell his Basquiat art collection, contributing to more rumors about the soon-to-be celebrity exes financial situation. A source told Us, “This isn’t about money.” And then, “All Amber did was try to get out of a marriage because she was suffering from abuse.” In celebrity news, it’s looking like it’s going to be a he-said-she-said, but we’ll have to wait for the trial.

This celebrity news has us thinking the drama between Johnny and Amber could go on for a while yet. What are some ways to keep your split cordial?

Cupid’s Advice:

It’s never fun to break up, and it’s even worse when there’s tons of drama associated with it. Cupid has some tips to keep things smooth and cordial:

1. Stay friends: The best way to stay cordial is to stay close. If the break-up isn’t messy and you can make a friendship work, then try it. There’s no harm in trying to stay friends.

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2. Keep your distance: If friendship isn’t the way to go, then completely cut ties. The only way to get over a bad break-up is to move on from it. When there’s bad blood, it’s difficult to keep things positive so don’t even bother.

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3. Be cordial: The only way to be cordial, is to be cordial. You don’t have to be friends or enemies, but just friendly. A casual ‘hello’ or ‘how are you?’ will suffice.

Do you know how best to keep a split cordial? Comment below!