By Katelyn Di Salvo

Everyone is trying to keep up with the Kardashians these days! So much drama seems to be following the famous reality TV family, especially with the recent celebrity break-up news between Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick. According to, Disick checked into rehab Sunday, July 5th, for a very short stay right before his celebrity break-up hit the tabloids. The reality star arrived at the rehab facility in Florida after returning from his trip to Monte Carlo. However, Disick checked out the same day, spending just hours at the center. Kardashian recently celebrated her daughter Penelope’s 3rd birthday in Disneyland without her celebrity ex. We hope Scott can get on the straight and narrow for his kids!

This line of celebrity breakup news keeps getting more drama-filled! What do you do if your ex checks out of his or her responsibilities to your kids?

Cupid’s Advice:

Your kids should be number one and if your partner isn’t holding up his or her end of the deal, it’s time to re-evaluate. Cupid has some love advice:

1. Talk to your kids: If your kids are old enough, they will notice that their father/mother isn’t around and may even start asking questions. So, talking to your kids can help them get through this difficult time and clear up any confusion.

Related Link: Scott Disick Invites Fans to ‘Come Party’ in Vegas Post-Split from Celebrity Ex Kourtney Kardashian

2. Do your best to play both roles: If your ex checks out, your job as a parent becomes a little harder. You have to make sure the kids aren’t affected. Although as a mom you can never be a dad and as a dad you can never be a mom, you do have to step your game up to make sure your kids don’t feel like they’re missing out on anything.

Related Link: Kourtney Kardashian Announces Celebrity Break-Up from Scott Disick

3. Don’t give up: People go through things, and sometimes its takes them a while to snap out of it. If your ex checks out, always keep in mind that he/she more than likely does love the kids. Never trash talk in front of your kids, and don’t make them hate their mom/dad or lose hope in them.

What are some tips you can offer on this situation? Share below!