Even know the store has a bad reputation when it comes to relationships.
We're not just talking about the time a trip to Ikea almost broke up Liz Lemon and Criss Chros on "30 Rock, either." that visiting the store, and subsequently building the furniture, can lead to arguments, or even for real-life couples.
So to help alleviate some of the drama, created a love manual to help you troubleshoot "your relationship woes."
The advice is actually easier to follow than the store's typically confusing furniture-building instructions, and a whole lot cheaper than moving to one of the to try to fix your relationship.
For example, if your love issue is that a man named Martin dumped you, Ikea suggests purchasing a to replace him. (How easy is that?)
Or if you propose to someone and they're just not ready for that level of commitment, follow Ikea's advice and treat them to a $1 hot dog instead.
And if you and your lover have ahem, different tastes in bed — and no, we're not talking about headboards here — Ikea suggests investing in private sleeping spaces.
If, for some reason, taking relationship advice from a furniture store doesn't work for you, you can always sell your shared Ikea items on the eBay for breakups, .