By Karley Kemble

Uh oh, it looks like Nina Dobrev and her boyfriend Glen Powell could soon face an upsetting celebrity break-up. According to, the celebrity couple are taking a break from their relationship. Though they’ve not officially called it quits, a source close to the duo says that Dobrev has been quite busy with various projects, which has caused a rift in the relationship. While there hasn’t been any explosive fights between or bad blood, sources are saying they are not as close as they had been earlier this year. We hope things work out for this celebrity couple!

Though this may not be classified as a celebrity break-up yet, it seems busy schedules are getting in the way of this relationship. What are some ways to keep a busy schedule from affecting your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Sometimes, life gets in the way and it’s challenging to balance your professional life with your personal life. Check out some ways to manage your busy schedule, without feeling as though you’re neglecting your relationship or your job:

1. Set boundaries: Make it a point to keep your work at work. When you constantly blur the lines between your relationship and your career, it’s inevitable that one will take up more of your time. Being present with your partner without checking your phone for work updates when you’re off the clock really means a lot! Set boundaries and make sure you keep yourself accountable.

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2. Communicate: A strong relationship needs strong communication to survive. If you or your partner conceal your feelings of neglect, then it’s likely an explosive argument will occur somewhere along the line. If you need to work late, and reschedule date night, make sure your partner knows you still care for them, and aren’t choosing your job because you love it more than them!

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3. Include them in your plans: If it’s possible, you can try merging your two worlds. This doesn’t mean you have to find your partner a job at your workplace, but perhaps you two can form your own business together (given that you two mesh well on a professional level, that is!) Alternatively, invite your partner into your “work world,” and bring them to social events outside of work. That way, they can meet the people you spend your working hours with, and they can get a first-hand look into another area of your life that is kind of unknown.

How have you kept your schedule from affecting your relationship? Share in the comments below!