By Cortney Moore

Canadian soul singer Michael Bublé is making celebrity news once more with the release of his first movie, Michael Bublé: Show 148, which will premiere September 27. The movie will feature performances from his latest world tour and the work that goes into producing such great shows. In an interview with People.com, Bublé opens up about the struggles he faces when on tour and attempting to balance his celebrity relationship, saying, “There’s talk so much about how women are forced to try to find balance in their professional life and their family life, and the truth is, it’s not said enough about men: Men have the same issue.” The 40-year-old singer married Luisana Lopilato in 2011, and the celebrity couple currently has two children. Bublé went on to say that although his work can be stressful, he and Lopilato have made their celebrity relationship work. “I’m really lucky that my wife and I have decided to try and support each other in that way,” he said. Aside from his long awaited movie, Bublé is scheduled to venture home this week so he can watch over the children while his wife films a movie of her own. “I wish it wasn’t a struggle, but it is a struggle to find a balance. I’ll never find it perfectly, but I will do my damnedest to find it as best I can.”

This celebrity news is refreshingly honest. What are ways to keep your career from affecting your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Having a career can definitely take a toll on your relationship, but it doesn’t have to be this way. A successful career and happy relationship takes balance. Let Cupid help you with both of these important aspects of your life:

1. Communicate: Work can take up a lot of your time, but communication with your partner is still important. Make it a point to speak with your partner, whether it be over the phone or a quick text. Let the person you’re with know that you’re thinking of them.

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2. Share responsibilities: This is very important if you also live with your partner. Don’t let all the chores fall on your partner’s shoulders. Help out around the house so no resentment builds up between you two. Nobody wants to feel like a maid, so help each other out.

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3. Go on dates: Make an effort to keep the spark alive in your relationship. Coordinate your schedules and take time to go out on dates together. It doesn’t have to be fancy, just focus on being together and strengthening that bond.

How have you balanced your career and love life? Share in the comments below.