By Marissa Donovan

It’s been years since the drama first started between Brandi Glanville and LeAnn Rimes. According to EOnline.com, the tension between the two has gotten worse since the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum has made allegations about Rimes’ behavior. Glanville believes that Rimes is trying to sabotage her current celebrity relationship with Donald Friese. She accused the country singer of stalking the couple on Snapchat. On June 9th, Glanville posted a screenshot on Instagram to support her claim. Eddie Cibrian showed a text message on Twitter trying to debunk claims. No comments have been made by Rimes.

Though Eddie Cibrian is really Brandi Glanville’s celebrity ex, it’s his new love LeAnn Rimes who can’t get along with his ex. What are some ways to keep your new and past partners from butting heads?

Cupid’s Advice:

It’s hard to keep the peace when you have a bad history with someone’s ex or current partner. Here are some tactics you can use for less drama:

1. Have an understand and positive mindset: Paranoia and jealously often happen if a relationship didn’t begin on good terms. Try understanding where the other person is coming from and set the tone. If the other person is making cruel remarks then try being the bigger person. If you are talking badly about the other person then stop and reflect on how this will only make things worse.

Related Link: Brandi Glanville Says Drama Will End When LeAnn Rimes Has Her Own Kids

2. Try team bonding exercises: You need to be trusting and civil if children are involved. Try finding team bonding workshops that will force you to work together instead of working against each other. You may not be best friends in the end, but at least you’ll be on civil terms.

Related Link: LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian Ready for Children

3. Spend time away from the ex or current partner: Avoiding confrontation might be your best strategy. Spending time together might not work for your situation. Giving each other space will allow for clarity.

Have you had problems with a ex or current partner? Share your advice on how to deal with the drama in the comments!