By Melissa Lee

In celebrity news, Bachelor season 21 contestant Corinne Olympios has recently announced that she will be heading to the upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise! According to Entertainment Tonight, Olympios had been hinting at her appearance in the upcoming season of Paradise, even joking that she already had plans involving a fake boyfriend. Many people recall Olympios’ dramatic behavior (anyone remember “make American Corinne again”?) throughout The Bachelor, making her a fan favorite even post celebrity break-up from Nick Viall.

In this celebrity news, Corinne is sure to stir up some drama in Paradise! What are some ways to keep drama out of your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Everyone experiences relationship problems at some point, but drama is a whole other story. Cupid has some advice on how to keep the drama to a minimum:

1. Act rationally: When there is a problem arising, it may be hard not to completely freak out. Instead of demanding an immediate explanation, it can be more beneficial to communicate efficiently and understand each other’s point of views. Try to act calmly and focus on having a productive conversation.

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2. Reflect on your communication: A lot of the time, conflict can arise when a person feels that they’re not being understood. Remember that your partner isn’t a mind reader, and that the best way to communicate is to simply explain what’s bothering you.

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3. Take responsibility: Sometimes it’s better to pick and choose your battles rather than fight it out every day. After hearing your partner’s concerns, it may be more beneficial to simply apologize and validate their emotions instead of denying that anything’s wrong.

What are some ways you avoid drama in your relationship? Share your thoughts below.