Cupid's Pulse Article: Find Out About Katherine Russell Tsarnaev, Boston Marathon Bomber’s WifeCupid's Pulse Article: Find Out About Katherine Russell Tsarnaev, Boston Marathon Bomber’s Wife

By Andrea Surujnauth

Katherine Russell grew up in Rhode Island and went to college at Suffolk University in Boston. She was from a Christian household and graduated top in her class from her high school. Her plan was to join the Peace Corps, but all of that changed when she met Tamerlan Tsarnaev, according to People. Now, she is known as the Boston Marathon Bomber’s widow. It all started when she went to a nightclub and one of her girlfriends introduced her to Tsarnaev. She dropped out of school, converted to Islam, and married Tsarnaev in June 2010. She moved in with his parents and his brother. The couple gave birth to a daughter, but the birth date remains unknown. After giving birth, Katherine worked long hours as a home health care aide while Tsarnaev stayed home and took care of their daughter. “She really loved the work,” says a family source. “I think it was the one thing she could do separately from him.” Katherine’s attorney states that she was unaware of the plans of the bombing.

What do you do if your partner does something of which you don’t approve?

Cupid’s Advice:

You love your man and you always thought the two of you had a future together. Then, one day, he does something that is against your values and morals. What should you do? Cupid has some advice:

1. Why: Try to listen to why your partner did what they did. Listen to their reasoning and see if they had a legitimate reason for making the move that they did. If they did something that is forgivable, then try to see it from their point of view. If what they did is not forgivable, you need to reconsider the person you are with.

2. Talk to him: Tell them you do not approve of what they did. Let them know it is not acceptable in your mind and they can not do things that you are uncomfortable with. If they love you, they will respect that you don’t approve and they won’t do it.

3. Leave: Do not stay with them if they are doing something that is really against your beliefs and is not willing to refrain from doing it for you. Your comfort, beliefs, and self respect is much more improtant than being in a relationship.

What would you do if your partner does something that you do not approve of? Comment below and let us know!