Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: Josh Lucas’ Ex Wife Claims He Cheated During PandemicCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: Josh Lucas’ Ex Wife Claims He Cheated During Pandemic

By Alycia Williams

In latest celebrity news, Jessica Ciencin Henriquez posted a tweet slamming her ex-husband Josh Lucas for cheating on her. According to, Henriquez captioned her tweet, “Exes are exes for a reason.” She went on to explain that it’s easier to forgive people for cheating when you have a child with them, but it takes a terrible person to cheat on someone during a pandemic. These These celebrity exes have broken up before in the form of a very public celebrity divorce celebrity divorce in 2014, but recently they have been trying to reconcile their relationship. Due to the recent cheating scandal, however, Henriquez decided to take it to Twitter, ending her tweet saying, “I deserve better than this, Our son deserves better than this.”

In celebrity break-up news, Josh Lucas’ ex-wife is airing her grievances publicly. What are some things to consider before going public with relationship disagreements?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Having a disagreement with your partner can really be difficult, and sometimes you can be airing your dirty laundry without realizing it just because you need to vent. If you tend to go public with your relationship disagreements before considering all of the consequences, Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Think of the kids: Relationship disputes can be a really delicate situation, but when there are kids involved, it only makes it more complicated. You don’t want your kids to be involved in adult conflict, and when you go public with your relationship drama, it can easily be overheard by your children. So, before you publicize your relationship disagreement, think about your kids. Put them first.

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2. What will your family and friends think?: When you tell your family and friends about your relationship feud, it can really paint a negative picture of your partner in their heads. If you decide to work out your differences and forgive your partner, your family and friends might not forgive them so easily, which will make gatherings really awkward. Your complaints can be taken to heart by your family and friends, making your partner seeming like a terrible person.

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3. You’ll receive everyone’s two cents: Having everyone know that you and your partner are having relationship issues can result in everyone giving their unwanted opinions. Hearing their thoughts about your relationship can stress you out. Sometimes unwanted opinions can lead to blowing smaller issues out of proportion, which only results in more conflict. When you deal with your relationship issues internally, you’ll focus on your opinion alone, and that’s ultimately the only on that matters.

What are some other things to consider before going public with relationship disagreements? Start a conversation in the comments below!