I had the opportunity to watch "The Perfect Guy" this weekend and I must say it was a really nice movie. I've been a big fan of Sanaa Lathan from when she starred in the movie "Love and Basketball". And the male actors Michael Ealy and Morris Chestnut, are easy on the eyes. I won't reveal anything in this post to spoil the movie, so go check it out when you get a chance. However, something that struck out to me in the movie, is the fact that most people don't take the time to really get to know a person before they go all in and get caught up in a relationship. Dating, in my opinion is the opportunity to get to know a person over a series of multiply dates, and not just hooking up after a few hours and or days and becoming intimate with a complete stranger. Unfortunately, even after technically dating a person for a while, they can still be a stranger if both parties aren't fully disclosing and opening up about who they truly are. Be smart and don't ignore those initial signs that reveal, this person isn't exactly who they are portraying themselves to be. Also, don't sacrifice your current relationship for a false sense of peace and end up with someone else that makes you realize, that perhaps you had a great thing, which you unfortunately let go of. All in all, this movie proves that you have to be smart in dating. Of course, nobody is perfect and no matter how hard you try in a relationship, things don't always work out. But use wisdom in your pursuit.