Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up News: Kristin Cavallari’s Friends Saw ‘Shady’ Side to Jay Cutler Pre-SplitCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up News: Kristin Cavallari’s Friends Saw ‘Shady’ Side to Jay Cutler Pre-Split

By Diana Iscenko

In the latest celebrity news, Very Cavallari star Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler have filled for divorce. Fans of the celebrity couple may be surprised to hear of this split, but those closest to the reality TV star weren’t always Cutler’s biggest fan. According to, Culter “would be mean to [Cavallari], embarrass her, make her feel bad, or storm off.” Despite this messy situation, these celebrity exes “have nothing but love and respect for one another,” according to an Instagram post.

In this celebrity break-up news, Kristin Cavallari’s friends saw the writing on the wall before her split from Jay Cutler. What do you do if your friends are voicing warnings about your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

In a perfect world, your friends would all adore your significant other as much as you do. Unfortunately, there are many times when your friends might not see eye to eye with your new partner. If you’re not sure how to handle a friend’s worries about your new relationship, Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Think about your friendship: Consider if you have a healthy relationship with your friend. Are they one of your closest friends? Do you trust their judgment? Unfortunately, not all your friendships are perfect, but you’ll be able to tell if your friend has your best intentions at heart.

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2. Learn more about their worries: Ask your friend what exactly makes them dislike your partner. Having an open conversation will let you know why exactly they’re concerned. It’s also important to consider your friend’s viewpoint. They could see some major red flags you might have missed.

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3. Find a compromise: You can’t force your friend and partner to get along, but you can make sure they’re both as comfortable as possible. Set boundaries so they can feel comfortable around the other person. Maybe that’s only seeing the other in a group setting or not discussing certain topics.

What do you do when your friend is worried about your new relationship? Start a conversation in the comments below!