By Emma L. Wells

Fans of The Bachelorette have been wondering why Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray called off their engagement. According to HollywoodLife.com, these celebrity exes were more interested in reality TV fame than in each other. Apparently, Murray never even wanted to win The Bachelorette season 10! “During the filming of the show, the producers kept telling Josh that if Andi didn’t pick him, he would be the next Bachelor,” a source said. “So he has been resentful towards Andi because he knows he could have been in the limelight as The Bachelor, so now [that he’s single] he is going to make a play to try to be the next Bachelor. Even though they are telling their friends [their split] was mutual, he ended it.” The source went on to say that there was an attraction between the reality TV stars, but in the end, they were more interested in being famous than being with each other.

Celebrity exes Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray may have put their reality TV fame first, costing them their relationship and love. How can you keep your career goals from getting in the way of your personal life?

Cupid’s Advice:

A fulfilling career doesn’t mean you have to give up a relationship and love, and similarly, a healthy relationship doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your career. Cupid has some dating advice on how to achieve this balance so your love life doesn’t turn out like this celebrity break-up: 

1. Include your partner: If your career is a big part of your life, then you shouldn’t hide it from your significant other. Tell them about your job and invite them to work functions. Your partner should be part of your support system.

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2. Be present: Neither of you want your entire relationship and love to revolve around your job. When you’re with each other, it’s important to be in the moment. Giving your partner your undivided attention is the easiest way to show you care, so put your phone away and ignore those e-mails until tomorrow!

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3. Sort out your priorities: If work is your number one priority, then you need to be with a partner who understands. If your significant other can’t see why you care about your job, then you clearly aren’t clicking when it comes to some fundamental issues. It’s important to have similar life goals and priorities.

How do you balance your career and your relationship? Tell us below!