If there’s anything you can learn from Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna, it’s what not to do in your relationship. We spoke to two top relationship experts who tell us that you should never broadcast problems in your relationship because it will only make matters more complicated for you, your friends and your family!
One minute Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are deleting all the pics of each other from Instagram and then the next they’re professing their undying love for one another. HollywoodLife.com spoke with Jennifer Zucher and Lori Zaslow, the founders of NYC’s Project Soulmate, who tell us that if you’re giving people the chance to openly “critique” your relationship, it will cause longterm problems for you and your bae.
Anything you don’t protect you lose…create boundaries that are unbreakable because without that, you’re headed for failure,” Jenn and Lori tell us. “If you flaunt your relationship then you are sharing moments that are meant to be private. When you put photos of your seemingly perfect relationship on FB or social media, you are giving other people an opportunity to critique it. If your friends start to hate on your bae, it may raise issues that you didn’t realize and create problems in your relationship.”
Another good point of not posting about your breakups is that everyone will ask you about what happened! “Flaunting a relationship on social media both the positives and the negatives brings too many other people into the relationship that don’t belong there,” they tell us. “A relationship is about two people, not two million followers.”
We told you that on March 6, Us Weekly reported that Rob and Blac had broken up they both removed all pics of them together from their social media accounts. Then Blac posted a pic on IG with the caption: “When you just get out of a relationship and your hoe friend welcomes you back into the World of Hoe.” But to make matters even more complicated is that just hours later, they revealed that they were back together and made up a very suspicious excuse. “Chy and I are not broken up we just feel like it would be a lot healthier for our relationship if we kept a lot more to ourselves,” Rob wrote on Instagram. “It’s impossible to have a positive relationship with so much negativity from the media and outsiders and we would appreciate it if everyone respects that -ChyRo 💍 @blacchyna 💍.”
HollywoodLifers, do you think it’s wrong to publicize your relationship problems on social media? Sound off below!