Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Elsa Pataky Says Marriage to Chris Hemsworth Is ‘Not Easy’Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Elsa Pataky Says Marriage to Chris Hemsworth Is ‘Not Easy’

By Alycia Williams

In latest celebrity news, Elsa Pataky says her celebrity marriage with Chris Hemsworth is not easy. According to, Pataky explained in a new interview with Australia’s Body + Soul, she and Hemsworth have been through many highs and lows together over the years. “It’s funny that people think of us as a perfect couple,” Pataky said. “No way. It’s been ups and downs, and we still keep working at the relationship.”

In celebrity news, Elsa Pataky claims that marriage with Chris Hemsworth isn’t easy. What are some ways to get through rough patches as a married couple?

Cupid’s Advice: 

When you’ve been married for a while rough patches are inevitable, but it’s all about you work through them that will define the rest of your relationship. If you are looking for ways to work through a rough patch in your relationship, Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Never stop loving them: Love is unconditional. That means your love is strong during the good times and the bad. Even during this difficult time, never stop loving them. This is easier said than done. You could be mad at your partner or feeling negatively toward them. In order for the relationship to work, the flame can’t go out.

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2. Remember the good times: During the bad times, it’s always easy to be negative and feel resentment toward your partner, but you get what you put out into the universe. If you want the relationship to work out, start feeling more positive. The easiest way to do this is by remembering the good times. Maybe it was a special day, like your first date or a wedding day. Even focusing on what you love about your partner can also bring positivity.

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3. Ask advice from family and friends: No one knows you and your relationship better than your family and friends. That’s why they will have a thing or two to say about the situation. Who knows, they have probably been through a similar situation. Ask their advice. They may have something valuable to say.

What are some other ways to get through a rough patch as a married couple? Start a conversation in the comments below!