Cupid's Pulse Article: ‘The Bachelorette’ Kaitlyn Bristowe Talks Nick’s Arrival, Date with Ben H., and Joshua DramaCupid's Pulse Article: ‘The Bachelorette’ Kaitlyn Bristowe Talks Nick’s Arrival, Date with Ben H., and Joshua Drama

By: Maria N. Capalbo

According to People.comThe Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe has started her mission to find celebrity love! On the most recent episode to air, she believes she made the right choice in having Nick stay, but the other men were not too fond of it! Only a few expressed their opinions though. Bristowe had a great time going on her other dates, like dancing it up with Ben H. and  singing along with a group of the guys to a mariachi band. She did run into a bit of drama with Joshua, who could not hold back his opinion about Nick. Bristowe thought of holding back on giving out a rose on the group date, but went with her heart and gave it to Nick. Things definitely got a bit confusing, so maybe she needs a bit of love advice herself! Stay tuned to the show for more on Kaitlyn’s celebrity relationships.

The drama isn’t about to let up on The Bachelorette! What are some ways to keep your relationship drama-free?

Cupid’s Advice:

Drama causes problems everywhere! The last thing anyone needs are problems within their relationship. It can be difficult to avoid sometimes, but there is always a solution! Below are a few ways to keep drama away from your relationship:

1. Communicate: Most of the time, drama can be avoided if your partner and you just communicate! Tell each other about problems, and talk about possible solutions. Stay away from accusations, and have a regular conversation.

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2. Ask about feelings: This also goes with communicating. Do not overload your partner with just your feelings and expect a solution; ask them about theirs, too. After that, find a middle ground.

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3. Establish goals: Come up with goals that you want to accomplish in your relationship, and even some things that make you both uncomfortable. If any of the drama is detrimental to those goals or worsens things, state that, work around it, and keep those goals in mind.

What are some ways you’ve kept drama out of your relationship? Comment below!