Rumors have been going wild that Bethenny Frankel and Jason Hoppy are getting a divorce, and now Frankel is finally speaking up. On the premiere episode of Bethenny, Frankel claims, “I haven’t seen a divorce lawyer and my husband hasn’t seen a divorce lawyer.” The reality star said that the truth is out there for everyone to see. She also said that she knows her marriage isn’t perfect, but they work through their problems and they’re in a good place.

How do you keep your friends and family away from the problems in your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

When you’re in a relationship, you shouldn’t let the people around you control your relationship. Here are some ways to keep your friends and family away from your relationship problems:

1. Tell them not to get involved: If you don’t want your friends or family involved in your relationship, simply let them know. If you’re straight up with them, and if they care about you, that will usually be enough for them to know to back off.

2. Don’t make it a huge deal: If a problem arises, talk about it with your friends and family, but don’t make it a huge deal. If you make a big hype about what’s going on in your relationship, usually the people around you will, too, and they’ll end up getting involved.

3. Simply don’t tell them: Your friends and family don’t have to know everything about your relationship, let alone the problems you may be having within it. So, the best way to keep them out of your business is to just keep that business to yourself.

How do you avoid your friends and family getting involved in your relationship problems? Share your comments below.