Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: Kendall Jenner & Ben Simmons Split Months After ReconciliationCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: Kendall Jenner & Ben Simmons Split Months After Reconciliation

By Bonnie Griffin

In the latest celebrity break-up news, Kendall Jenner and Ben Simmons have split, according to For a bit, things between Jenner and Simmons seemed to be getting serious, but sources say that their relationship has been cooling down recently and the split was not sudden. This celebrity couple decided to move on to enjoy life while they were young, and we can’t fault them for knowing what they want.

In celebrity break-up news, Kendall and Ben have called it quits. What are some ways to know your relationship has long-term potential?

Cupid’s Advice:

When you are in a relationship that has true potential to become long-term, you and your partner should enjoy each other’s company, have chemistry, and feel comfortable just being yourselves around one another. Cupid has some advice to help you decide if your relationship is built to last:

1. You feel at ease being your true self with your partner: Everyone is on their best behavior when dating someone new, but once you have been together a while and have reached the point you are considering your relationship becoming long-term you should be comfortable around your partner. Each of you should feel at ease being yourself with one another without worrying the other will be put-off by your personality.

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2. You trust each other: A successful long-term relationship requires trust between you and your partner. If you are honest with each other from the beginning, that trust will come easy and you will have a solid building block for a happy and long relationship.

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3. You both still have independence: Being in a relationship doesn’t necessarily mean you and your partner have to spend 100% of your time together. There will be times you want to go out with your friends without your significant other, and that is fine. If the two of you still have your independence without giving each other the guilt trip, this is another good sign you might be with the right person for a long-term commitment.

What are some things you look for when you are deciding if your partner might be the one you want to commit to for the long haul? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.