Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Couple News: Gwyneth Paltrow Explains Why She And Husband Brad Falchuk Don’t Live Together Full-TimeCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Couple News: Gwyneth Paltrow Explains Why She And Husband Brad Falchuk Don’t Live Together Full-Time

By Emily Green

In the latest celebrity news, Gwyneth Paltrow opened up about why she and her husband Brad Falchuk do not live together full time, according to This celebrity couple was married in September of 2018, and each have two children from previous marriages. Due to worrying how their children will adapt, Falchuk has a separate home he stays in when his children come to stay with him.

This celebrity couple doesn’t live together full-time due to reasons pertaining to their kids. What are some ways to introduce the kids you had with your ex to your new love?

Cupid’s Advice:

Introducing your children from a previous relationship to your new partner is not only a big step in your relationship, but a big adjustment for your children. By focusing on your children and how they feel, you can help ensure a smooth transition into this new period in your lives. Here are some of Cupid’s tips to introduce your kids to your new partner:

1. Introduce them in a group setting: By introducing your kids to your new partner in a group setting like a barbecue or at the park, this creates a no pressure atmosphere with your kids, so they don’t have to worry about making a amazing first impression and vice versa. By meeting them in public group settings the first few times, this gives the kids more time to become acquainted with who your partner is, and will feel more comfortable down the line.

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2. Go slowly: While you might be completely in love with your new partner, remember this is a totally new situation for your children. Watch how they interact with your new partner, and pay attention to their social cues. If they are having a problem with something, talk to them so you can work through it, and then you can move forward.

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3. Go in with no expectations: People can’t be forced to like one another. By telling your kids they need to be on their best behavior can plant that seed of worry, and immediately puts pressure on the meeting. Simply ask them to go in with an open mind, and they can form their own opinions to share with you after they get to know them.

What are some ways you have introduced your kids to your new partner? Let us know in the comments below!