Kylie Jenner’s name might ring a bell from her family’s TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Now one of the most influential teens of Instagram, Kylie is the youngest daughter of Caitlyn Jenner—previously known as Bruce.Around 2014, her Instagram posts started featuring more and more photos of rapper Tyga, who ended up becoming her main squeeze. Here’s a deeper look into their relationship and break-ups timeline, followed by a few tips to keep your relationship going so you can avoid breaking up as much as they do.
1. WHERE THEY MET
It all started when Tyga performed in Kylie’s sister’s birthday when she was around 14. The two hitted it off and even flirted in an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
2. INSTANT LOVE
In 2014, after attending the Kardashian-West wedding, the two celebrities became friends. First, Kylie started featuring him in her Instagram feed, and then she started showing up in his.
3. FIRST THINGS FIRST
Tyga was engaged with Blac Chyna, who would later give birth to their son King Cairo in 2012. Rumor has it they broke the whole thing off because of his relationship with Kylie.
4. ON A BREAK
An insider informed the media that the couple would take frequent breaks. Their last one was in May 2016 and it lasted around 3 months. Kylie wanted to see how she felt without him, but ended up getting back together—it’s kind of their thing.
5. DON’T SPEAK
Neither Kylie nor Tyga have said a word about their latest reported break-up. Given their on-and-off history, it’s believed they’ll get back together in no time. We’ll have to stay tuned to see how things end up for the lovebirds!
6. BUT HOW DO YOU AVOID THIS FROM HAPPENING TO YOU?
Speak Your Mind. Talk, Talk, Talk. It’s very important to communicate with your partner. Don’t keep your thoughts about the relationship to yourself; express your feelings or they will haunt you later. Instead of taking some time off, simply find the root of your problems and find a way to fix it. Involve your partner in the whole process.
7. IT’S YOU, NOT ME
Avoid making accusations. A relationship is constructed with two people: if something goes wrong, both have 50% responsibility. Blaming your partner will only make things worse.
8. COMPLIMENTARY LOVE
It’s important to often tell your partner why you love them. Complimenting each other keeps your relationship fresh—after all, we all love to hear nice things about us!
9. ANGRY BED
All couples fight; it’s absolutely normal. Just try to avoid going to bed angry and discuss your issues before tucking yourself in. This can bring up ugly grudges that will cost harder to solve.
10. JUST DON’T LIE
This one’s a no brainer, but it’s important to remember how bad it can hurt your relationship. Lies end up being known; why not come clean in the first place?