Selena Gomez & Justin Bieber Relationship Back On?

Are they done or not? That has been the question for the last couple of weeks regarding Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber, both of who seem to be on very friendly terms. After a few big fights, good dates and time apart, they just might be an item again. On November 27th they were seen out with friends for a dinner date at Marble Lane in New York City, in which they reportedly showed sweetness to each other. They reportedly had their own table, held hands and had a good time as if they never broke up. While they both have remained silent on the topic of their breakup since it broke news, it does appear that the couple is working towards repairing their relationship for now.

I am glad that they are working at things. I think stress and their crazy careers have to put such strain on their relationship and to be honest, this is their first real test. With him touring and Selena working at the same time, they don’t have much together time and rumors do run rampant. Plus throw in their ages and things just become oh so more dramatic most of the time. But I do think we deserve to give them props for staying classy and trying to see if they can solve their issues since they do appear to really care for each other.

How do you feel about this news? Should they try to make amends and make it work? I think so as long as a sense of trust remains there. Like I stated before this is their first real big test in their relationship and with the media making Justin sound like a flirt, it doesn’t help. But I think they can work through it together and come out stronger than ever if they keep at it and keep trying to make time for each other in this crazy time for the both of them.

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Sarah Peel is a freelance writer/blogger who has written for many sites and is the owner of Miss Virtual Reality

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