By Emily Meyer

It looks like The Bachelor celebrity couple Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell have called it quits after trying to salvage their rocky celebrity relationship. For those who watched the controversial couple on The Bachelor and VH1’s current season of Couples Therapy, it should be no surprise that there will be no more roses passed between the two of them. According to People.com, Ferrell dumped Galavis seven months after audiences watched him decline to say “I love you” to the 27-year-old pediatric nurse on the finale of The Bachelor. It seems she has finally grown tired of his childish behavior: On Sunday, she unfollowed the reality star on both Instagram and Twitter and then posted a harsh quote that appears to be aimed towards Galavis. She posted, “Isn’t it pathetic how we waste so must time on certain people and in the end they prove that they weren’t even worth a second of it.”

‘The Bachelor’ winner Nikki Ferrell had a tough time figuring out when to end her celebrity relationship. How do you know when it’s time to call it quits in a long-term romance?

Cupid’s Advice:

We all want that perfect connection with someone, but we know that relationships and love are hard work. As difficult as it is to admit, time changes things, and sometimes, a breakup is for the best. So how do you know whether to stick around or back out of a longtime love? Cupid has some tips:

1. Your connection has faded: If you and your partner have lost sight on what brought the two of you together, then it’s time to say goodbye. A healthy relationship is one where the passion is constantly flowing. Rather than convince yourself that you belong together, you should be reminded every day of why you’re in love with this person.

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2. You’re fighting more often: When it comes to relationships and love, it’s important to remember that it’s okay to fight. It’s not about how much you argue with you partner but how you resolve your issues as a team. If the fighting becomes more serious and filled with anger, it’s time to break it off.

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3. Your vision for the future is no longer the same: A must in any relationship is to share the same goals and hold similar ideas for what you want. Whether it’s the number of kids you’d like to have or where you want to live, make sure to be on the same page as your partner. If you find you’re disagreeing over these big items, how will you ever agree on the little things?

How did you know it was time to call it quits with your long-term partner? Tell us in the comments below!