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Should you listen to Hitch?

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I love Will Smith, and secretly know all the words to the rap at the beginning of the Fresh Prince of Belle Air. #confessioncorner

Recently I watched this funny, slightly ridiculous movie, Hitch, where Will Smith’s character works as a kind of love doctor, helping men to flirt, dress, behave and find their partner.

I’m a style-whisperer, a female confidante and wing woman and was most amused by the antics in the film, as I could see similarities between his job and mine – to confidentially help men be their best selves – to feel more empowered, confident, stylish, cultured and in control.

One thing I can’t help you with, is your dancing skills! In the film, Hitch encourages his client to tone down his vivacious dancing. At one point, Hitch’s client declares, “dancing is the one thing I’m not worried about, “ before busting some killer moves. He’s this amazing dancer, and Will Smith is trying to suppress this dude’s moves!

We all know that when you find the right girl, she’ll love your moves! Your quirks and flaws are part of you. They’re part of all of us. Although it can be a good idea not to reveal all of ones quirks on the first date…Super-model Jourdan Dunn agrees, stating we should all own our flaws, “If I could tell my younger self anything, it would be to learn to love your flaws. It’s ok to look in the mirror and feel really confident about yourself.” Flaws, outrageous dance moves, bad rapping skills and all…

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