By Melissa Lee

Marc Foster’s All I See Is You (starring Blake Lively and James Clarke) tells the story of a blind woman and her husband. When Gina’s (Lively) sight miraculously returns, she starts to discover the previously unseen details about themselves, including things about their marriage she’d never even thought of.

This drama film is filled with jaw-dropping moments, all because shocking details about their relationship continue to get revealed — luckily, Cupid has some relationship advice for any similar situations!

Should you see it:

The onscreen chemistry between Lively and Clarke is something you’re not going to want to miss. Plus, this movie has a super unique and interesting plot line that you’re definitely going to want to see.

Who to take:

Since this isn’t your typical romantic comedy, All I See Is You might not be the ideal date night movie. If you’re in the mood for a drama filled film, think about going out with your friends to go see this flick.

Cupid’s Advice:

In All I See Is You, information regarding Gina’s relationship is brought to her attention in a rather non-traditional way. While the circumstances of this situation are less than likely, it isn’t unrealistic to find out things about your relationship you weren’t aware of — if this dilemma sounds familiar, Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Confront your partner: When confronting your significant other about the revealed information, try to tone down the anger you may be feeling. Instead, attempt to have a productive conversation so your partner feels comfortable enough to be completely honest with you about the situation.

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2. Talk it out: After the problem has been acknowledged, it’s best to talk everything out regarding the details that were divulged. Ask all the questions you have in an effort to bring closure to the situation. If there is a solution either one of you see, be sure to talk about that as well.

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3. Move on: Whether you decide to stay together or end things based on this incident, it’s important to move on from it. If you two are staying together, acknowledge your partner’s feelings and concerns and make sure to stay aware of them. If it has been decided to end the relationship, move forward with your life and be sure to take care of yourself.

What are some of your tips? Share your thoughts below.