Cupid's Pulse Article: Relationship Movie ‘Home Sweet Hell’ Features Katherine Heigl as a Killer Wife
Home Sweet Hell. Photo: Vertical Entertainment

By Courtney Omernick

In the new relationship movie Home Sweet Hell, which releases on March 13th, Don Champagne (Patrick Wilson) has a successful business, a perfect wife, perfect kids, and a perfect house. But, when Don’s wife, Mona (Katherine Heigl), learns of his affair, his “perfect wife” decides to stop at nothing, including murder, to maintain their “perfect” life.

Should you see it:

If you’re getting bored of the standard “chick flick” but enjoy relationship movies with a twist, then you’ll love Home Sweet Hell! The film is jam packed with comedy, suspense, and crazy.

Who to take:

This film would be great to see with your friends, family members, or significant other.

How can you have the perfect life with your significant other?

Cupid’s Advice:

No matter how hard we try to be perfect, relationships and love are filled with flaws. But, fortunately, if you work hard enough at your relationship, you can create a near perfect environment with your partner that is filled with trust and understanding. However, you need to commit to building your relationship every day so that it can stand the test of time. How does one hit the ground running? Find out below!

1. Be yourself from the beginning: If you begin the relationship by trying to be a Stepford wife, what’s going to happen when you crack under the pressure? To ensure success, be yourself from day one. This way, your significant other will have proven that you deserve to be loved just the way you are.

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2. Have a sense of humor: Life is going to be full of ups and downs. However, if you both are able to see the humor in the difficult situations that you go through as a couple, it’ll make the hard times not seem so bad after all.

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3. Give each other the benefit of any doubts: You’ve already built your relationship on trust. So, don’t assume that your partner is doing something to irritate you. Maybe, they don’t know that what they’re doing is bothering you. Communicate to your partner what is bothering you without assuming the worst of them. Once it’s out in the open, make adjustments.

How is your life with your significant other perfect? Comment below!