Twas the day before Thanksgiving and all through the house, not a turkey was stirring, not even a cranberry….

Chaos is coming tomorrow! Grandma, grandpa — everybody will be there. And you know what happens on Thanksgiving? All the probing and prodding into your personal life is going to start.

Nothing like the holidays for the whole family to make you realize that you’re single. Oh, you’ll hear it from your mom, your aunt Carol, maybe even your niece. Inevitably, they’ll say something annoying, like, “So, how come you’re not dating anybody? Or, “You didn’t bring anybody to Thanksgiving dinner?” “No one special in your life?”

And then, of course, you’ll hear from good old grandma or good old mom that they’ve got somebody they’re going to hook you up with. Or, as they call it, “set” you up with.

No way. You’re not going to do that. Here’s what I want you to do when your friends and relatives ask you why you’re single this year: I want you to tell them exactly what we go over in today’s special one-hour long pre-Thanksgiving Day podcast.

I’ve got a new book coming out called “Naked”. It’s out in stores on January 20th, 2012. It’s a book that I’m extremely proud of. I think it is absolutely amazing–not because I wrote it, but because I think everybody needs to live the message in the book. I think everybody needs to get naked.

So what is “getting naked” all about? And do you want to know exactly what to tell the relatives, the old friends, all the guests at Thanksgiving dinner when they ask why you’re single?

Well, my holiday gift to you is this special one-hour podcast. A good friend of mine named Larry Michael interviewed me the other night, and I want to share what we talked about with all of you today.