Nobody Has It Together All The Time By David Wygant

This blog is for those of you who are obsessed with other people’s dating life . . .whether it’s having to always know the identity of Lindsay Lohan’s latest bedmate, or whether it’s wanting to know if Katie Holmes was impregnated by Tom Cruise or an alien.

How many of you spent more time talking about Owen Wilson’s apparent suicide attempt than you did talking about your own dating life? Did you say “How could someone who has everything like Owen Wilson become a drug addicted person willing to take his own life?”

The bottom line is this: Unless you’re a friend of his (and it seems even his closest friends didn’t know what was going on), then really you shouldn’t be talking about this person’s life or judging it. For those of you who spend time talking about people you don’t even know and making a judgment about them, this blog is going to be an eye-opener.

I find that people who are very into celebrity gossip and spend more time talking about Brad and Angelina than they do finding their own Brad or Angelina, tend to be people who are very fear-based in their own dating life. It’s far safer to talk about someone you don’t know than it is to become vulnerable in your own life.

Vulnerability scares the hell out of most people. It’s easier to pass judgment on other people.

• It’s easier to talk about Britney Spears and K-Fed’s bad parenting than to speak about what might be your own parenting mistakes.
• It’s easier to call somebody like Lindsay Lohan a slut than it is to admit that you may be a slut.

You get the point. Stop wasting time talking about people you don’t know, and spend that time learning about yourself.

You know, it’s funny. Sometimes when you’re dating online and you don’t have a picture, people will ask you “What celebrity do you look like?”

Do you think celebrities sit around and ask each other “What ‘person on the street’ do you look like? Do you look like the guy at the dry cleaners, or do you look more like the guy flipping burgers at McDonalds?”

Here is an interesting twist on things. If you had to meet and spend three hours with one celebrity based on either physical attraction or something you’ve read about them that intrigued you, who would it be and why?

I know my answer. I am at an age and a time in my life where my friends are very important to me. I’ve had great relationships. I’m not quite sure if I want a life partner.

So I would like to meet people more like George Clooney and Jack Nicholson, two men who seem to have a lot of relationships but who never were with “the right one.” There are a lot of “right ones” and a lot of wonderful people you can meet. So I would like to spend three hours with someone like George Clooney who has the same view as I do about relationships.

Once again, who would you like to meet and why? Once you’ve met whomever it is, however, let’s spend your time on you instead of gossiping about what kind of foot cream Paris Hilton uses when she wears heels that are too tight.

One last thing . . . when you pick your person, it does not have to be a movie star. It could be a business person as well.

I’m looking forward to seeing your responses!

Todays video is all about how to turn her on with your walk. You will learn how to instantly turn her on when you approach her.