Cupid's Pulse Article: Rita Ora Opens Up About Breakup with Rob KardashianCupid's Pulse Article: Rita Ora Opens Up About Breakup with Rob Kardashian

By Jennifer Ross

Rob Kardashian might or might not want to speak about his breakup, but his ex Rita Ora is not afraid to tell! In a fresh new interview with Glamour UK, Ora speaks about her breakup with Kardashian. The ex couple started dating in August of this year. Ora explains (via, “I’m not going out with Rob. We were close for a while, but it didn’t work because I was never there. I was like a ghost. I used to get so frustrated with myself and then wonder why I was angry, so I decided it was best to keep it friendly — especially at the moment, when there’s so much going on.” On Dec. 3, Kardashian, 25, tweeted that his rumored ex girlfriend Ora, 22, had affairs with “nearly 20 dudes.” That’s not all she talks about. The British pop star also says that while she has had “young fascinations,” she has never been in love before. “I think it’s my only weakness. I’m scared of letting my guard down, and if I feel in love with someone now, he’d have to try ten times harder to break it down.”

How do you know it’s best to remain friends when you’re considering a relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

So you have a person in your life that is a really great friend. You both love to hang out often and you also share personal past experiences easily with each other. Does this mean you and your great friend will make a great couple? Maybe yes and maybe no. To understand where you stand, here are a few clues that say you two are just friends:

1. Favors: Is someone calling you often to hang out, but it also involves a favor? Either you are constantly keeping him/her company while running their errands or doing their chores, or helping him/her move. This is a classic sign that you are in the friend zone.

2. Too busy: On the flip side, think about what answer you receive when you decide to spend a little time with him/her on a lazy afternoon. Is your friend filled with countless excuses, such as having to help their family, watching a game with a friend or reorganizing their bookshelf? Pay attention to the excuse and how often this happens; you may be missing clear signs.

3. Flinching: If the friend you are attracted to is not into you in the same way, he/she will flinch or stiffen up when you casually reach out to touch them. Their instant body reaction is telling you that you have crossed a line and friends don’t do that.

What made you realize it was best to remain friends when you were considering a relationship? Tell us below.