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Celebrities Give Their Dating Advice, For Better or Worse

Let’s face it, Hollywood isn’t exactly known for its long-lasting love affairs.  But we managed to find a few celebrities who seem know the secret to making a relationship work for the long-term.  We also got advice from others that, well, just know the secret to scoring over and over again.  There’s also a star who believes in never trying to “fix” a man, another who says don’t ditch your date until you have another man waiting in the wings, and one TV host who says he stops himself from infidelity by remembering one simple rule.  What might that rule be?  And who might be living by it?

Matthew McConaughey: "My mom always taught us to respect a women and stuff, but she would always send us out when we were kids and say 'remember as much as she's a catch, remember you're the catch.' She always told us that we were real young. That was pretty good, pretty good dating advice."

Matthew McConaughey: “My mom always taught us to respect a women and stuff, but she would always send us out when we were kids and say ‘remember as much as she’s a catch, remember you’re the catch.’ She always told us that we were real young. That was pretty good, pretty good dating advice.”

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Jennifer Garner: “My mom gave me a good piece of advice. She said never marry a man thinking you can change him, and I think that starts from your first date when you’re in the seventh grade on. Women are fixers so we have to just not fix. Don’t fix.”

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Michael Douglas: “My father did say recently, especially when you love your kids, just remember the most important person in your life is your spouse, because your kids, eventually, they’re going to get up and leave, and you’re going to be there with your spouse the rest of your life. We spend all of our energy with our children, so just remember that other part.”

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Tara Reid: “Never get rid of your boyfriend until you have another one lined up. Can’t tell you who told me that!”

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Brittany Gastineau: “My mom gives the best dating advice. I don’t listen to it always, but she gives it, and you just never chase a guy, it is rule number one. You let him track you down. If a guy wants to go out with you, he will find you. Girls are always like, it’s 2009, but I am old school, I am old fashioned – if a guy wants you, he will find you.”

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Stacy Keibler: “My best dating would be to be yourself, because sometimes people go out there, and you’re nervous, and you put on a fake front, and after a couple months, if you’re still with that person, reality sets in, and you’re not who you had a first date with. So just be yourself. I’ve had a boyfriend for four years, so I don’t go to anyone for advice anymore.”

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Tiffany Fallon (Playmate of the Year 2005): “Get off all the texting and cell phones; actually have a real relationship with someone face-to-face, instead of all this technology nonsense.”

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Holly Madison: “Don’t date at all, stay single.”

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Blair Underwood: “Best dating advice was given by my mother, she said don’t be with any woman who has less to lose than you do.”

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Billy Bush: “I have good marriage advice from my father. I asked him ‘dad, do you ever get tempted? is there temptation?’ And he said ‘every day’ and I said ‘really?’ Because he was married 30 years at the time, and I was going into it. I said ‘Okay, what do you do?’ and he said you just think about the people around you, and how it plays out, and how grateful you are, and if you lost that, how would you feel then? You gotta just be able to see ahead, and I thought, wow, how great, if every young dude knew that, it would be a great help.”



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