In latest celebrity news, MTV’s Jersey Shore star Ronnie Ortiz-Margo has separated from his celebrity relationship with Jen Harley. If you have been keeping up with the new series, Jersey Shore: Family Vacation, then you may have been expecting this. This break-up is occurring just weeks after the two welcomed their celebrity baby girl, Ariana Sky, into the world. Why did their relationship come to a close? Well, over the weekend, no one could deny the stress they were feeling from witnessing the social media fight that went down between the two. “Note to self, can’t turn a natural born HOE, into a HOUSEWIFE, if you find them in the gutter then leave them in the gutter,” Ronnie wrote on his Instagram story. But then, he later apologized for that. We then saw the pair fighting vigorously on Instagram live and Jen even took a swing at Ronnie. “He apologized for everything and admitted where he had been wrong, but he also wants what’s best for his daughter and he realizes this is not a healthy environment for her,” an insider told EOnline.com. “They have split, but for now they are both living in his Las Vegas house. Jen will most likely be moving out.”
This celebrity break-up seems to have been a long time coming. What are some ways to ease fighting for the sake of your child?
We can’t deny that sometimes you will get into fights with your partner. But, you don’t want your young children to be negatively affected by this. Cupid has some advice:
1. Stray away from social media: Whether your child is old enough to be on social media now or not, whatever you put out there will stay out there. If you are going through struggles with your partner, try your best to keep it between you two and don’t impulsively post negativity.
2. Have a getaway: If you and your partner really need to hash things out, take a little weekend trip. Have your parents or a close friend watch over your child while you guys spend some time elsewhere to work out your differences. This way, your child won’t have to experience the yelling and screaming. Sometimes, the best thing to do is have some time alone with your partner to figure out what is best for your family as a whole.
3. Never neglect them: Obviously you need to figure out what is best for you and your partner right now, but don’t let all of that fighting take away from the love you have for your child. Remember, you did one thing right together by bringing this beautiful baby into the world and they are your first priority.
How else can you deal with fighting with your partner when you have a child together? Comment below!