Celebrity Quotes That Make Perfect Relationship Advice
When it comes to matters of the heart, we usually turn to experts on the field, like psychologists and relationship advisors, and take what everyone else has to say with a pinch of salt. Every once in a while, however, true pearls of relationship advice may drop from the mouths of those least expected: Hollywood stars.
Hollywood Stars’ Relationship Advice That Makes Sense
Granted, celebrities would not be the first person one would turn to for relationship and dating advice, but there’s no reason for prejudice when what they have to offer makes perfect sense. Here is some of the best relationship advice coming all the way from Hollywood.
Comedian and world-famous director Woody Allen said, “Love is the answer, but while you’re waiting for the answer, sex raises some pretty good questions”. Talk about hitting the nail on the head. The poster guy for casual dating, Woody Allen is not afraid to talk about the importance of a physical connection, sometimes at the expense of a mental one.
Model/presenter (and wife of musician John Legend) Chrissy Teigen jokingly tweets about her insecurities: “I always have a note in my pocket that says “john did it” just in case I’m murdered because I don’t want him to remarry #truelove #tips”, giving us all ideas on how to prevent our significant other from ever finding happiness again once we’re gone. Who wants to be the bigger person, anyway?
One of the greatest comedians of all time, Jim Carrey, also has something to say about relationships, putting a twist to a famous saying. “Behind every great man is a woman rolling her eyes”, says ‘The Mask’ star, openly criticizing women for criticizing men too much, but also implying that a bit of honest criticism may, in fact, help people progress.
It looks like the funny men in Hollywood have some strong opinions about marriage too, with the hilarious actor, Will Ferrel, saying about marriage: “Before you marry a person, you should first make them use a computer with slow internet to see who they really are.” Which makes sense, doesn’t it?
Moving on to a funny Hollywood actress this time, with writer/comedian Chelsea Peretti giving some modern-day romance insight when she says “If you text ‘I love you’ to a person and the person writes back an emoji – no matter what that emoji is, they don’t love you back.” The ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ actress is on to something since a person who hardly makes an effort to compile a full message with words when you express your love for them is most probably not interested (or polite) enough. Better than ghosting, but still.
Seems like Hollywood is not all about glamour and glitter after all. Even Hollywood stars get hurt and use their experience to give relationship advice than might help us, the less privileged, have a happier love life.