By Melissa Lee

In celebrity news, it has been revealed that Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick are no longer speaking to one another. EOnline.com reports that this is a result of Disick’s recent trip to Cannes, where he hooked up with numerous new girls. Kardashian is still allowing her celebrity ex to see the three kids they have together, 7-year-old Mason, 4 year-old Penelope, and 2-year-old Reign, but there’s no doubt that their relationship is strained. Best of luck to these co-parents!

This celebrity news has drama written all over it. What are some ways to keep drama out of your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Kourtney and Scott might have been one of the most dramatic couples Hollywood has ever seen. Here are some tips to keep the drama to a minimum:

1. Keep it private: Constantly posting about your relationship — whether it be the good, the bad, or the ugly — could open the opportunity for other people to get involved. By keeping the social media to a minimum, drama definitely won’t be a huge problem, as your relationship will remain between you and your partner.

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2. Communicate: Conflicts or arguments tend to get even worse when there’s poor communication. If there’s something bothering you, be straight forward! Calmly explain to your partner that there is an issue that you’d like to work on, together. This opens the opportunity to have clear communication and a productive conversation to fix the problem. No drama here!

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3. Choose to let it go: There are just some arguments that aren’t even worth having (like that one about who’s turn it is to empty the dishwasher?). Recognize that while conflict can be healthy at times — when it’s productive — there doesn’t always have to be a fight. Sometimes, you can just validate your partner’s feelings, apologize, and move forward.

What are some ways you keep drama out of your relationship? Share your tips below.