By Kayla Garritano

Together forever. Julie Bowen jokingly commented on her celebrity relationship with husband Scott Phillips, saying they are too tired to get a divorce. According to an interview in UsMagazine.com, the Modern Family star said the celebrity couple of 12 years is too worn out to break up. “We watch all these people get married and split up and go, ‘Wait, did they get married after us or before us,'” she said. “We outlast all these people. The answer: We’re too tired to do anything else!”

There’s no celebrity divorce down the road for Julie Bowen and her husband! What are some ways to use humor to strengthen your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Laughter can be the best medicine. Using humor can help a relationship grow. Cupid is here to help with some relationship advice:

1. Laugh off the problem: We aren’t telling you to ignore an issue. Obviously that wouldn’t be very helpful! But, say a fight you’re having is that you broke a dish in the kitchen, and you’re both annoyed that it happened. Laugh it off. Say “oh well,” joke about how you’re clumsy, and move on. Life isn’t meant to solve every problem by yelling.

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2. De-stress: Having a rough day? Let your significant other try to make you laugh. There’s nothing like venting to your partner about a rough day, and having them listen and then joke with you to ease your tensions.

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3. Develop your playfulness: If you both have a great sense of humor, you should be able to learn off of each other. You can always find new ways to be playful, and once you do, it can definitely strengthen your relationship.

How has humor helped your relationship? Comment below!