Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Robin Thicke & Paula Patton End Custody Battle Amidst News of His GF’s PregnancyCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Robin Thicke & Paula Patton End Custody Battle Amidst News of His GF’s Pregnancy

By Marissa Donovan

These celebrity parents have finally come to an agreement over the custody of their son Julian. According to UsMagazine.comRobin Thicke and Paula Patton will each have equal time with their son and share expenses such as tuition for private school. Patton filed for a celebrity divorce from Thicke back in 2014. There has been family drama that has caused custody problems in the past, including allegations of domestic and child abuse that has teared the family apart over the years. In a twist of events, Thicke and girlfriend April Love Geary recently announced they are expecting a celebrity baby soon, which may have caused the former celebrity couple to make amends.

There’s no lack of drama in this celebrity news, although maybe some of it has been put on the back burner now. What are some ways to keep personal drama from affecting your children?

Cupid’s Advice:

Don’t let personal drama that you are experiencing affect your children. Here are some ways to keep your kids drama-free:

1. Let them know what’s happening without biases: Try giving your child an over view of what’s happening without using language that allows them to pick a side. Biases will only cause them to turn on other, which will only cause more drama.

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2. Let family members or friends babysit: Sometimes it’s best to let family members watch your children while your flustered. Family members or friends will hopefully be understanding of your current problems and help you by watching your children while you work out your issues.

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3. Keep them open minded: Let them know that there’s a bright side to the problems that are currently happening. Keeping them open minded to the future will set a positive tone.

How can you keep your kids drama-free? Let us know in the comments!