By Stephanie Sacco

Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen have something to say about The Bachelorette and her final choice. Last Monday, JoJo Fletcher picked Jordan Rodgers for her husband-to-be. In celebrity news, fans have been skeptical of Rodgers and his intentions since the beginning. According to UsMagazine.com, Biggs is one of the biggest skeptics. He said, “There’s only one person on that show who was in it for JoJo: JoJo.” Mollens also weighed in on the conversation saying, “I don’t trust Jordan at all. I think he’s fame hungry.” This celebrity couple just went public, but people aren’t so sure about them. Mollens continued, “They’ll date for a while and probably dance with the stars, and then we’ll move on with our lives.”

This celebrity couple isn’t holding their opinions back! What are some ways to nurture an authentic relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Relationships have to be nurtured in order for them to work. Couples have to decide where they stand in a relationship before jumping in all the way. You have to protect your heart. Cupid is here to help:

1. Communication: People are capable of having authentic relationships, but it requires a lot of communication. You have to be on the same page on all accounts. If there’s a problem, you will need to figure it out together and that means conversations.

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2. PDA: It doesn’t have to be a lot of PDA or even a grand gesture, but just holding hands and quick kisses will help keep the two of you close. It will show everybody around you how much love is between you.

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3. Dates: Going out or staying in can bring the two of you together and help build the bond in your relationship. Dates are a fun way to learn about your partner. It’s crucial to grow with each date, kiss, and moment.

How do you nurture your relationship? Comment below!