Cupid's Pulse Article: Blake Shelton Says ‘I’m in a Good Place’ After Celebrity Break-Up from Miranda LambertCupid's Pulse Article: Blake Shelton Says ‘I’m in a Good Place’ After Celebrity Break-Up from Miranda Lambert

By Kyanah Murphy

Sometimes after a break-up, people can have a difficult time moving forward. Blake Shelton shares that he is doing fine after his celebrity break-up with Miranda Lambert, according to Blake shared that the celebrity divorce happened so fast and he was not in a good place after the celebrity couple split. He shares that he is now in a good place and great things have been happening for him.

Some celebrity break-ups lead to good things. How do you know when your relationship is more negative than positive?

Cupid’s Advice: 

This celebrity break-up reminds us that sometimes relationships coming to an end can take us to a positive place. Cupid has some tips on how to recognize when a relationship is more negative than positive:

1. You’re not spending much time together anymore: You and your partner aren’t scheduling one-on-one time together anymore. You meet up only on occasion and when you do, you find it more of a hassle.

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2. You’re no longer excited to be with your partner: As mentioned above, when you do end up scheduling time together, you’re not really looking forward to it. In fact, thinking about your partner doesn’t excite you, but rather it kind of upsets you.

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3. You are arguing frequently: Arguments happen in a relationship and are healthy, but too many arguments may be a red flag. If you’re arguing more than talking and not resolving any issues, this is not a good sign for your relationship.

When did you know your relationship was more negative than positive? Share below.