It looks like their break-up didn’t last long!  A month after announcing their split on The Graham Norton Show in England, Lady Gaga and musician/bartender beau Luc Carl are said to be together again, according to UsMagazine.com. A source says, “They had a little fight.  I think the breakup lasted a week or two.”  The pal goes on to say, “They are totally back together now.” Gaga, who has been with Carl for a year now, says she tends to stretch the truth when it comes to interview questions about her personal relationships. “I sometimes skirt questions about it — and maybe not honestly.”

How do you know when to forgive and forget in a relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Sometimes the best thing you can do in a relationship is to forget past faults and just push on. That said, sometimes something so bad has happened that it’s just not possible. Cupid has some tips:

1. Trust: When something has happened in your relationship that causes you to lose trust in your partner, it can be tricky to know whether to move on alone or with your untrustworthy mate.  At the very least, be skeptical. If your trust has been violated beyond repair, call it quits.

2. Minor fights: Most couples tend to get in the same fights about the same minor things over and over again. These are the types of arguments that you should forgive and the promptly forget.  Decide whether the issue you’re arguing about really makes or breaks your relationship. If it’s not important, don’t dwell on it.

3. Work it out: Just because you’re offended by a fight that you got into with your partner, that doesn’t mean it’s cause for a split.  If you’re willing to talk things out (with or without a therapist), it’s the logical first step. If you love your mate, it may be worth it to stick with the relationship to see where it can lead.

When is something unforgivable in a relationship? Share your thoughts below.