Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Divorce: What Went Wrong for Kelly Clarkson & Brandon Blackstock?Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Divorce: What Went Wrong for Kelly Clarkson & Brandon Blackstock?

By Diana Iscenko

In the latest celebrity news, Kelly Clarkson and soon-to-be ex-husband Brandon Blackstock have filed for divorce. A source close to Clarkson revealed that issues have been plaguing the celebrity couple’s marriage for a long time. “They clashed on so many levels and being in quarantine together heightened their problems to the point of no return,” the source told Hosting her own talk show and coaching on The Voice required Clarkson to spend a lot of her time in Hollywood. However, the source reveals that the singer’s celebrity ex “prefers their quiet life in Nashville.”

In celebrity divorce news, quarantine heightened Kelly Clarkson and her husband’s relationship issues. What are some ways to work on your relationship in quarantine?

Cupid’s Advice:

Quarantine can be hard on any relationship, but it can take an especially heavy toll on those who are already having issues. If you’re worried about COVID-19 ending your relationship for you, Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Make sure you’re on the same page: Everyone is extra stressed out right now. Take time to discuss what is troubling you both most. Once you’re both aware of what about the pandemic is worrying you most, you can work as a team to find ways to deal with it.

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2. Find an activity to do together: You and your partner are probably spending much more time together. While every waking moment doesn’t need to be spent together, find something you and your partner can do together that lets the two of you have quality time together. Do a puzzle, have movie nights, anything to make quarantine still feel like dating.

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3. Focus on communication: Having healthy communication with your partner is always important, but it’s even more vital when you’re with them 24/7. Especially in such a high-stress time, you’re bound to have disagreements. Make sure to be empathetic and steer clear from trying to “win” the argument by belittling your partner.

How have you been working on your relationship during quarantine? Start a conversation in the comments below!