Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Divorce: ‘She’s All That’ Star Rachael Leigh Cook to Divorce Daniel Gillies After 15 YearsCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Divorce: ‘She’s All That’ Star Rachael Leigh Cook to Divorce Daniel Gillies After 15 Years

By Mara Miller

In the latest celebrity news, celebrity couple Rachael Leigh Cook and Daniel Gillies are calling it quits with a celebrity divorce after 15 years of marriage. According to, Cook and Gillies posted an announcement on their Instagram on June 13th. They began their love story in 2004 and got engaged after just two months. The She’s All That and The Originals stars have two children together and ask that their decision be approached with discretion for the sake of their children.

This celebrity divorce comes after a pretty long-term marriage. What are some ways to know your relationship can’t be repaired?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Talk about the end of an era! Coming to the decision to separate or divorce when you have been married for a long time is not easy. Cupid has some advice on when to know to call it quits:

1. You’ve tried everything: You’ve been to marriage counseling. You’ve tried to talk it out. If the solution just isn’t there, then it’s time to admit to yourself that your marriage isn’t salvageable.

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2. You know in your heart that your marriage is over: If you can’t shake the feeling deep in your heart that it’s not worth pursuing anymore, then it’s okay to start thinking about divorce. It’s not worth trying to force something that will make you both miserable.

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3. Your relationship has become toxic: This doesn’t mean abusive. It could mean a number of things. You’re fighting more because you’ve grown apart and don’t see eye to eye over finances or kids. You’re jealous your partner is spending more time with a friend of the opposite sex and you’re worried more might be there. Whatever it is, if you find yourself and your spouse can no longer get along, then it might be time to call it quits.

Are there any other ways you might know when it’s time to call it quits on your marriage? Let us know in the comments below.