Cupid's Pulse Article: Christina Milian: Bye Bye to Jas PrinceCupid's Pulse Article: Christina Milian: Bye Bye to Jas Prince

By Sanetra Richards

Goodbye, fiancé ! Hello, single lady! According to, a rep for Christina Milian’s family has announced the 32-year-old singer/actress and fiancé Jas Prince have ended their engagement. The star and her music executive boyfriend of nearly four years called off the engagement at the beginning of this month. Milan removed her belongings from their L.A. house on Thursday, June 19th. The pair allegedly began dating in 2010, following a few months after her divorce from singer/songwriter The Dream. She was spotted sporting a nice sized diamond ring in April 2013, but kept it under wraps, even when asked about it in interviews.

While not saying too much, Milian shared a quote on Instagram on June 12th about new beginnings and achieving the life you desire: “There comes a time in life, when you walk away from all the drama and people who create it. Surround yourself with people who make you laugh, forget the bad, and focus on the good. Love the people who treat you right. Pray for the ones who don’t. Life is too short to be anything but happy. Falling down is part of life, getting back up is living.” Following the message, the caption stated, “Morning inspiration. Turn your life around and do all the things that make you happy. It’s your life to live.”

How do you know when to call off your engagement?

Cupid’s Advice:

You dated, fell in love, and then came the big question. Of course, you said yes . . . but found yourself rethinking the entire ordeal once things took a turn for the worse. Unfortunately, you are not quite sure how to tell your partner you do not want to go forward or if being single is what you truly want to do. Cupid has some advice to help you:

1. No longer getting along: The arguments have started and the looks of disgust are definitely not going away anytime soon – it is probably best to say goodbye to your engagement. The worst thing you could possibly do is get married knowing you are unhappy and will be that way for some time to come. Do not be ashamed to tell your family and friends you are calling it quits. Chances are, they will be happier to know you are not going into a marriage with ill feelings.

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2. Cheating: Yes, the big C. If this in already happening in your relationship, your marriage will not stand a chance.

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3. Future is not the same: Your talks about what your future entails have changed and you are no longer on the same page . . . let it go. Your idea of a happy life is not matching your partner’s, and there is no convincing him/her of having the same. If you want to succeed successfully throughout your marriage, conversations revolving around your life as a married couple are key (and should probably be similar).

When is the right time to call off your engagement and return to the single life? Share your thoughts below.