PressMediaWire.com (Press Release Distribution) – Feb 15,2012 –
If you’re single this Valentine’s Day–and nearly 100 million Americans are–then you’ve got to get naked if you want to spend Valentine’s Day 2013 with the love of your life, says dating coach David Wygant.
“I’m creating a new rule for the singles of America–it’s perfectly acceptable now to get naked the second you meet somebody. But not the kind of naked you find on a nude beach,” Wygant explains. “I’m talking about emotional vulnerability–fearlessly sharing the truth of who you are with a potential partner, without embarrassment or shame, from the minute you meet. ‘Getting naked’ and being yourself is one of the keys to having great dates, and going on to build a great relationship.”
David Wygant offers dating advice and tips in live bootcamps, online, and in his series of self-help books including Always Talk to Strangers: 3 Simple Steps to Finding the Love of Your Life and The Best Book on Having Great Married Sex. Wygant’s “revealing” dating advice is the centerpiece of his new book, Naked: How to Find the Perfect Partner by Revealing Your True Self, available now on Amazon.com.
“Think of all the high-profile marriages that fail because the partners never got real with each other–never got naked, really naked with each other. Think Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries. Think Katy Perry and Russell Brand,” Wygant says. “We marry people we barely know because we’re all so afraid to strip down and reveal to the world the naked truth of who we really are.”
“If you’re dating someone new this Valentine’s Day, do yourself a favor and just be yourself. Let your partner fall in love with the real you.” Valentine’s Day should become “Naked Day,” says Wygant. “We should all give ourselves permission to finally be raw, open and vulnerable from the very first date. That’s what this version of ‘naked’ is all about. It’s about eliminating all the stories that are in your head, those voices that tell you you’re not ‘good enough’ as you are. It’s time all of us got together, held hands, and basically checked each other’s naked souls out.”
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About David Wygant
Relationship coach, author and speaker David Wygant has taught hundreds of thousands of men and women how to successfully date and build satisfying relationships through his boot camps, personal coaching, books and website. David Wygant is a featured writer for The Huffington Post and Ask Men, and his funny—yet always direct—approach to dating, sex and relationships has been featured on over 2,000 radio shows, by national news and entertainment outlets such as MTV, Fox News, MSNBC, and E! Entertainment Television, and in major publications such as The Los Angeles Times, The Miami Herald, The Boston Globe, The Philadelphia Enquirer, Marie Claire Magazine, New York Magazine, Maxim, and Cosmopolitan.