Cupid's Pulse Article: Brandi Glanville Says Drama Will End When LeAnn Rimes Has Her Own KidsCupid's Pulse Article: Brandi Glanville Says Drama Will End When LeAnn Rimes Has Her Own Kids

By Andrea Surujnauth

Brandi Glanville and LeAnn Rimes have not been on good terms for a while now. Glanville’s ex-husband Eddie Cibrian had an affair with Rimes while the two were still married. This led to their split in 2010. Since then, Rimes and Glanville have been publicly feuding. Glanville and Cibrian have two kids together Jake, 5, and Mason, 9. These kids have been the center of most arguments between Rimes and Glanville. In one incident, Rimes called the children “my boys” on Twitter, which cause Glanville to become extremely upset. Now it seems that Glanville is tired of the fighting with the country music star. According to she told Access Hollywood,“This is my final chapter. This is me closing to door on our public fight. I  want it out of the media. I’ll just deal with it as best I can with them.” She went on to say,  “I don’t think we’ll be friends, but I hope we can coexist peacefully. Once she has a child of her own, I think  she will understand boundaries and what’s respectful to do and how to handle things a little better.”

How do you cope with a step mom/dad of whom you don’t approve?

Cupid’s Advice:

You can not choose who your ex-spouse marries or starts a relationship with. What should you do if you do not approve of who they choose to be with? Not to worry, Cupid is here to help you learn to cope:

1. Do not take the relationship personally: Realize that your ex did not start this new relationship to hurt you. They are just trying to get on with their lives. By realizing this, your hostility towards the new relationship won’t be as severe.

2. Do not jump into a new relationship: Do not get yourself into a new relationship before you’re ready. If you jump into the next person’s arms that comes along, you are likely to get hurt. If you get hurt in your new relationship, you will feel even more upset about your ex being in a new stable relationship.

3. Acceptance: Accept that your ex is in a new relationship and once it is serious, your kids will be getting to know your ex’s new partner. Do not fight over your children, they still know who you are to them and they will still love you. Fighting over them will only cause them to feel depressed.

How do you cope with your ex’s new partner? Comment below and let us know.