Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Couple Bella Hadid & The Weekend Call It Quits After Almost Two YearsCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Couple Bella Hadid & The Weekend Call It Quits After Almost Two Years

By Kayla Garritano

Celebrity couple Bella Hadid and The Weekend (ne Abel Tesfaye) have broken up after almost two years of dating, and they have their schedules to blame. “They still have a great deal of love and respect for each other and will remain friends, but it has been too hard to coordinate their schedules with him finishing and promoting his upcoming album,” a source close to The Weekend says. “They really tried to make it work.” According to, the now celebrity exes first met when The Weekend asked Hadid to model for his breakthrough album, Beauty Behind the Madness, back in April 2015, and then starred in his music video for “In the Night.” The couple first started dating publicly in May 2015.

It’s clear this celebrity couple didn’t want their relationship to end. What are some ways to recover after a tough split?

Cupid’s Advice:

When a couple breaks up, it may not always be because they want to, but because they have to. Busy schedules, like what happened with Bella Hadid and The Weekend, may affect your relationship. Cupid wants you to be happy, so here are some ways to feel better:

1. It’s not goodbye, it’s “see you later”: Just because you’re broken up now does not mean that you won’t get back together. If your schedules end up working out in the future, and you still have those feelings for one another, then you can go forward in your relationship. It doesn’t mean you should sit around and wait, but once you’re both on with your lives, see if you can rekindle that flame.

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2. Grab your girls: Through a tough time, your girls are always there for you. They will take you out on a day full of things you love. Maybe a road trip to the beach, or even just a night-in watching a comedy eating pizza. They will put the pep back in your step!

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3. Cry it out: It was a tough break-up! You’re not over your partner, and that’s understandable. You are allowed to cry at how it didn’t work out, because you didn’t want it to end. Let the emotions flow, and you’ll probably end up feeling a little better. Relieve that pain.

How did you get over a tough break-up? Comment below!