Cupid's Pulse Article: Former Celebrity Couple Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Agree to Seal Divorce DocumentsCupid's Pulse Article: Former Celebrity Couple Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Agree to Seal Divorce Documents

By Justin Thomas

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, popularly known as “Brangelina,” galvanized fans when news of Jolie filing for divorce hit the tabloids back in September. The celebrity couple had been together since 2005, although they’ve been married for only two years. The split has been publicly scandalous, with the couple going back and forth with serious allegations against one another. Pitt was investigated and cleared of child abuse by the FBI and the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services in November after allegations came up in reference to an alleged incident with son Maddox. In December, a judge denied Pitt’s request to seal documents in his custody battle, but the new arrangement came last week after reports of Jolie agreeing to seal the court documents were issued by TMZ. The story of this celebrity divorce will no longer be the gift that keeps on giving.

This former celebrity couple is obviously seeking some privacy. What are some ways to keep your break-up details on the down-low?

Cupid’s Advice:

Breaking up is definitely hard to do, but sometimes keeping things under wraps can give you that personal space to keep the peace and a clear mind. Here are some helpful tips to keep your break-up private:

1. Don’t be hasty: During a break-up, it can be easy to make rash decisions or statements, but give yourself some time to breathe and recollect your thoughts before making any moves.

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2. Stay off social media: Social media is the quickest way for information to spread, and it’s difficult to dial back once you put something out into the whirlwind of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.

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 3. Watch the company you keep: Be very selective about who you share your business with. You don’t know want to get caught up in a competitive game of telephone.

What are some ways you keep your private relationship information private? Share your thoughts below!