Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Ed Sheeran Breaks Silence on Taylor Swift’s Scooter Braun DramaCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Ed Sheeran Breaks Silence on Taylor Swift’s Scooter Braun Drama

By Bonnie Griffin

In the latest celebrity news, Grammy winner Ed Sheeran finally broke his silence on the drama between Taylor Swift and Scooter Braun. Sheeran, a known friend of Swift, had been receiving backlash from fans online for not openly sharing his support of Swift after the singer/songwriter called out Braun for buying out her master lists when he purchased Big Machine Lable Group. According to UsMagazine.com, Sheeran finally opened up on Instagram responding to one fan’s comment saying“I have been speaking directly to her, like I always do.” Sheeran may not have openly gone to the internet to say he was taking Swift’s side, but he made it clear he’s been there for her in person and that is what’s important in a friendship.

In celebrity news, Ed Sheeran finally spoke out about the drama happening between Taylor Swift and Scooter Braun. What are some ways to support your partner through dramatic situations?

Cupid’s Advice:

No matter how hard we try, life sometimes comes with drama. When that happens, we need our friends and our partner to be by our side, be a shoulder for us to lean on. Sometimes it can be hard to know the best way to support the people we care about when they are upset and drama is surrounding them. Cupid has some advice to support your partner when drama comes their way:

1. Listen: Sometimes when drama comes into your partner’s life they just need someone who is willing to listen. Maybe they need to vent to get out their frustrations, or they need to cry on someone’s shoulder. Whatever they need to say, or how they need to get their frustration off their chest just listen and let them vent. In the end, just listening can be the thing they needed most.

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2. Support them, but don’t add to the drama: The hardest thing to do can often be to do little or nothing at all. Instinctively you might want to jump in the middle and protect your partner from those lashing out at them, but it’s important to think before you dive into the fold. Often times, if ignored, the people bringing the drama will get tired and move on, so jumping in can cause the drama to escalate and make a stressful situation worse for your partner and yourself.

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3. Talk to your partner: Before you jump in to defend them, talk to your partner and ask them what they need from you. How can you help? They may want you to defend them, or they may want you to whisk them away and take their minds off the drama that has them upset.

What are some ways you would help your partner when they are pulled into drama? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.