5 Celebs Who Believe Relationships Take Work

Posted by PZ on January 14th, 2014

Believing their relationships won’t last if they don’t regularly put effort in to making it work, these 5 celebrities say they think it’s important to regularly work on maintaining what they have with their other half. Stress, work and many other factors can take its toll on relationships and push people apart, but these celebrities believe it’s possible to hold it together with some elbow grease. Here is what they have to say on the subject.

Ashton Kutcher


Ashton thinks you need to work on things to improve them: “I think it’s all about working on the relationship and making it better – when it’s good. Don’t wait for a problem to work on things. The goal is not to get into a relationship; the goal is to be in a relationship.”

Celine Dion
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Celine admits she has to work with her husband on their marriage: “We had tension between us. It’s never easy being husband and wife, but add to that we are in business together, dealing with all the added pressures of shows, concerts, tours, travelling. It was hard – a lot of hard work.”

Eva Green

Eva believes you need to work at it always: ”I don’t like flirting and when I love someone I always give everything, maybe too much. And then you have to work at it all the time. I mean, the first months are always great but afterwards it becomes hard work. It’s not as passionate and crazy.”

Juliette Binoche

Juliette thinks it’s hard to keep a relationship working: ”To keep [a relationship] is an art in itself. When woman are caught up in their everyday lives, habits are killers. You have to take time for your relationship. Because it’s always there you don’t pay as much attention as you should. I think staying together is a lot of a work. It’s a real challenge to be a couple.”

Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney is constantly working on her relationship with Scott and finds rumors of their separation annoying: “It’s ridiculous. All the rumours you just have to laugh at. We’ve been working on our relationship and we’re doing the best we can. We’re in a really good place right now and taking it day by day and it’s good. I think counselling is really important and we always love going and feel so much better after. I think everyone should go. People are like, ‘It’s so expensive and this or that,’ but it’s more important than buying clothes or a handbag or shoes. It’s your life.”

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