Cupid's Pulse Article: Kylie Jenner on Celebrity Relationship with Tyga: ‘We Don’t Really Fight’Cupid's Pulse Article: Kylie Jenner on Celebrity Relationship with Tyga: ‘We Don’t Really Fight’

By Mackenzie Scibetta

While Kylie Jenner and Tyga have only recently opened up about their controversial celebrity relationship, they appeared to be all smiles in a recent impromptu Q&A session. According to, the young famous couple said they avoid fighting by trying to always be optimistic and just have fun. Tyga dished some insightful love advice saying, “You gotta live for yourself and better the people around you and make an impact.” The pair have been dating since earlier this year.

This celebrity relationship hasn’t hit any rough patches as of yet. What are some ways to keep fighting to a minimum in your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Relationships are all about keeping balance and compromise. You need two understanding, appreciative, and positive souls to prevent unnecessary arguments. Cupid is here to show you how to keep the peace in your relationship:

1. Choose your battles wisely: Petty arguments over who should do the dishes are not worth your breath. Focus on what is important and only fight if it can benefit the relationship. If you take a moment to pause and ask yourself “why am I getting angry?” you can avoid small issues.

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2. Laugh about it: Kylie Jenner herself admits that when her and Tyga fight sometimes they can’t help but break out and smile. Once you see how silly the issue is, you and your partner can loosen up and joke around. This is an easy fix to drifting away from any argument.

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3. Admit when you’re wrong: This is the part that most people struggle with but once you master the apology it will be smooth sailing afterwards. Don’t play the blame game because it will just add more problems. Spend your time fighting over who is sorry the most instead.

How do you and your partner reconcile after a big fight? Comment below.