Cupid's Pulse Article: Kourtney Kardashian & Scott Disick Aren’t in Splitsville…YetCupid's Pulse Article: Kourtney Kardashian & Scott Disick Aren’t in Splitsville…Yet

Despite last week’s rumors of a breakup, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick of reality TV show fame say they are still together and in love. Las Vegas Weekly even reported that the two celebrated Disick’s birthday in Sin City last weekend. However, the pair’s track record isn’t exactly clean, as they have broken up and gotten back together multiple times throughout their three-year relationship. Kardashian’s family has been vocal against the relationship from the start, and Kourtney’s mother, Kris Jenner, supposedly compared Disick to O.J. Simpson last week. Despite all the drama and rumors, however, the two are – for now – together again.

How do you decide if it’s time to call it quits in a relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Kardashian may want to reconsider her relationship with Disick for the sake of herself and her son, Mason. Disick is not a good influence on any level; from his violent, drunken outburst at Kourtney’s sister Kim’s family party, to courting Playgirl magazine to do a potential photo spread. You may want to re-evaluate your relationship if you notice the following signs:

1. Repeated patterns: Everyone slips up and makes mistakes, but if your relationship feels more hurtful than heartfelt, it could be a signal that it’s time to go.  By continuing to forgive your partner for his or her bad actions, you send a message that those types of actions are OK.

2. Family and friends don’t approve: If no one in your inner circle likes your significant other, chances are it’s for a good reason.  Pull yourself out of the situation and take a closer look.

3. Damaging others: When a child is involved, relationships can get tricky.  It’s easy to stay when you both have a child together, as nobody wants to be responsible for a broken home.  However, sometimes it’s better to leave a relationship for the sake of the child.  They may end up healthier in the long run.