By Courtney Omernick

After staying 29-years-old for eight decades, Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively) has become a lone wolf, never allowing anyone to get close to her for fear that they will reveal her secret. But, after an encounter with Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman), her passion for a relationship and love life reignites. However, a weekend with his parents threatens to reveal the secret she’s been hiding for so long.

Should you see it:

This relationship movie is a bit of a chick flick with a twist. If that’s what you’re looking for, than look no further than The Age of Adaline. This movie is also packed with amazing actors such as Blake Lively, Harrison Ford, Michiel Huisman, and more!

Who to take:

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

How can you get over your partner’s past?

Cupid’s Advice:

When we begin to date someone new, we may have a lingering curiosity about his or her past; it’s human nature! Everybody has to start somewhere. But, what if your partner’s past wasn’t as great as you expected it to be? What if he or she isn’t interested in giving you details? Below is some dating advice and a few suggestions regarding how to get over their past.

1. Look at your own past: Take a good, hard look in the mirror and decide. Can you fairly judge this person? I’m sure there are a few items in your past that you’re not proud of. Don’t be so quick to point a finger or criticize.

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2. They weren’t born yesterday: Especially if your partner has some crazy skeletons, when you learn about them, it can be a blow to the chest. You have to remember that their life didn’t start the day they met you and vise versa.

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3. Accept them for who they are: This means that you accept them for both the good and the bad. If you find that you’re having trouble shaking his or her past, try using acceptance as the bond that holds your relationship together.

How have you moved beyond your partner’s past? Comment below!