By Stephanie Sacco

It seems like every day an adorable couple is getting divorced. However, this celebrity divorce is unique because it’s the second for Dennis Quaid and his wife Kimberly. In celebrity news, the celebrity couple filed for divorce in 2012, but found their way back to each other. However, on June 28th, 2016, Kimberly filed for divorce yet again. According to UsMagazine.com, the duo spoke with TMZ to break the news. The statement read, “After careful consideration, we have decided to end our 12-year marriage. The decision was made amicably and with mutual respect toward one another.” Luckily, this celebrity relationship may still stay strong as a friendship.

Celebrity divorce seems to be a trend with this couple. What are some ways to know you’ve exhausted all possibilities and are ready to end your marriage?

Cupid’s Advice:

Getting divorced is a huge decision, one you might regret. There’s no shame in getting back together after a break-up, but sometimes it just isn’t working out. Cupid is here to help:

1. You’re fighting: When your partner is causing you to throw stuff at him or hit him where it hurts, there’s no going back. It’s not worth trying to fix it if it’s just going to result in another fight. If it’s getting loud and out of control, the best thing for both of you is to steer clear.

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2. You hate each other: The love you share as a couple is so important, but if that flame has died down it’s more or less not going to heat up again. When the only heat is coming from your ears after a big fight, don’t prolong it. Say hello to goodbye.

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3. You can’t fix it: If the cut is too deep or it’s the last straw, decide together that it’s not working out and end the marriage. Sometimes you can find your way back to each other, but even still it’s not guaranteed that it’ll be a happy ending. Don’t risk valuable time on someone that’s not ‘the one’.

How do you know it’s time to end a marriage? Comment below!