Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Hilary Duff Speaks Out on Divorce, Marriage, Monogamy and MoreCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Hilary Duff Speaks Out on Divorce, Marriage, Monogamy and More

By Kayla Garritano

This star is coming clean! In celebrity news, Hilary Duff opened up about divorce, marriage, monogamy and more while discussing past relationships and her current love life. According to, Duff and her Younger co-star, Nico Tortorella, sat down for a casual interview with the podcast show, The Love Bomb. “All of my relationships have been in the public eye. Whether people care or not, that’s a different story,” Duff brought up to co-star Nico Tortorella. “But enough people seem to have cared that it’s talked about.” Despite her problems, Duff never took love as a joke. Her first serious relationship happened at the age of 16. She then met Mike Comrie in her early 20’s and they were married in 2010, having a child in 2012. Although divorcing, these celebrity exes still remain friends. Now, she is currently dating personal trainer Jason Walsh. Although she doesn’t “feel the need to get married again,” she is open to the idea if it is important to her significant other.

In this celebrity news, Hilary Duff finally opens up about her relationships. What are some ways to keep an open mind in your relationships?

Cupid’s Advice:

Relationships can be tricky, but it is good to always have an open mind when you’re with someone. Cupid is here with some relationship advice:

1. Act, don’t react: If your partner is trying to confront you about a problem the two of you are facing, it is best to act upon it instead of getting upset over it. Reacting in a negative way can cause a fight, and you don’t want that happening! Maybe there’s something you can do to change for the better, as opposed to getting defensive.

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2. Be flexible: In a relationship, not everything is going to go as planned. You can walk in with high expectations of how you perceived your partner to look and act, but they may not always be who you planned, and that’s okay. When you meet someone new and you feel a connection, don’t judge the other person based on a preconceived notion of what you wanted.

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3. Ease your temper: Things will happen in a relationship that you will not like, but instead of blowing up on your partner, you have to try and calmly talk it out. Nothing will be solved with a short temper, it may even make matters worse.

How have you kept an open-mind in your relationship? Comment below!