News of Michael Douglas’ separation from wife Catherine Zeta-Jones circulated in August, but he just said, “We’re working things out, talking, and we’ll see how she goes.” Also, when Douglas won an Emmy this year for lead actor in Behind the Candelabra, he said on stage, “I want to thank my wife, Catherine, for her support.”
Every once in a while, your relationship will hit a bump in the road. It’s normal to be at odds with your partner at times, and what matters in the end is how you try to make it work. Don’t give up at the first sign of trouble! You and your significant other need to be fully invested in what you have if you want to make the romance last. Our friends over at Cupid’s Pulse have tips on ways to work on your relationship:
1. Agree to disagree: Don’t threaten to break up with your honey every time you have a fight. Breaking up won’t solve anything, especially if the argument is over something silly. Try to solve your disagreements peacefully and move on from them.
For more useful tips, please visit Cupid’s Pulse.