Dean Unglert. Photo: deanie_babies/Instagram
By Melissa Lee
Is there ever a time where there isn’t a ton of drama in Bachelor Nation? Bachelor in Paradise star Danielle Lombard recently disclosed some juicy celebrity news. In a recent interview, she says that Dean Unglert, who simultaneously dated Lombard and Kristina Shulman during the show, was encouraged to cut ties with Lomboard in the finale of the show. Unglert, who originally found interest in Schulman, flip flopped between the two girls this season. According to UsMagazine.com, Lombard says that Unglert is infamous for constantly changing his mind, and relationships are no exception. She further disclosed that the producers of the show make it seem like there’s always a greater opportunity to meet someone new and connect with somebody else. Sounds fishy!
This celebrity news continues the ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ drama from the most recent season. What are some ways to know if you’re respected by your S.O. in a relationship?
Dean is definitely looking sketchy after the nation watched him mess around with both Danielle and Kristina. This kind of situation is totally unfair — in order to prevent getting disrespected by your significant other, check out Cupid’s advice:
1. Communicate often: If you’re speculating that your partner is being dishonest, the best way to figure that out is through communication. If they aren’t communicating with you very often, or they don’t seem super serious about your relationship, it may be a cause for concern. Sit your significant other down and talk everything out — after all, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
2. Talk to your friends: Though sometimes it’s better to avoid the opinions others have on your relationship, this may be a time where you should lean on their advice. If your friends or loved ones have been around you and your partner, ask them how they feel about them. Do they think they’re disrespectful? Or do they think you two go well together? Take their thoughts into consideration.
3. Listen to your gut: At the end of the day, your instincts will never guide you in the wrong direction. If you truly feel that something’s off, don’t torture yourself by being in a toxic relationship. When it comes down to it, the relationship may not be meant to be, and that’s completely okay.
What are some of your tips for figuring out if you’re being disrespected in your relationship? Share your thoughts below.
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