Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: ‘Bachelor’ Peter Weber & Madison Prewett Split After FinaleCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: ‘Bachelor’ Peter Weber & Madison Prewett Split After Finale

By Ellie Rice

In the latest celebrity news, Peter Weber has split from fan-favorite Madison Prewett just two days after the pair appeared on the live season finale. According to UsMagazine.com, Weber called off his initial engagement to Hannah Ann Sluss because of his unresolved feelings for Prewett. The news of this second break-up comes as a heartbreak to fans who were rooting for Weber and Prewett to continue their journey together. Some may say the catalyst in their split was the public disapproval Weber’s mother felt towards his leading lady.

In celebrity break-up news, it’s not really a surprise that Peter Weber and Madison Prewett announced their split. What do you do if your family does not support your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Gaining love and respect from your partner’s family is a feeling that everyone hopes for. If you’re not there yet with your relationship, Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Make an effort: If you feel as though your significant other’s family isn’t as keen on you as you’d hoped, then make an effort to change that. Go out of your way to make them feel special and like you truly value your relationship with their child. They may be feeling protective or cautious towards you, because that’s a parents job!

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2. Clear the air: First impressions are always important, as they shape the way you are viewed by other people. Maybe your first encounter didn’t go as planned and that is the root of the disapproval. Talk to them and try and understand where they are coming from. Maybe it was all a misunderstanding!

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3. Talk to your partner: Tell them how you are feeling and see how they gauge the situation. Maybe you are overreacting or your increased sensitivity is clouding your judgement. If this is something that persists and you are feeling uncomfortable, then maybe this isn’t the relationship for you. On the other hand, if you partner is on the same page and mediation isn’t doing the job, maybe you remove yourself from family interactions. You don’t want to tear your partner away from their family, but you also have to think of yourself and your relationship.

What would you do is your family disapproved of your partner? Start a conversation in the comments below!