By Mackenzie Scibetta

Surprising, and slightly comforting, celebrity news coming from Jennifer Lawrence this week as she revealed to Vogue magazine that she deals with loneliness just like everyone else. According to, the single celebrity said “no one ever asks me out. I am lonely every Saturday night. Guys are so mean to me.” She even added how guys try to assert their dominance and make her feel insecure. It’s shocking to believe that the Oscar-winning actress struggles with finding a genuine guy, but this goes to show even celebrities need love advice!

This celebrity news is super surprising! What are some ways to find the “nice guy”?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Having feelings for someone is now considered a sign of weakness, and being attached to someone is deemed too clingy. With these societal norms spreading it’s more difficult than ever to find a happy relationship. But don’t give up hope yet! Contrary to popular belief all of the “nice guys” haven’t fallen off the face of the Earth just yet. Cupid is here to help you find a man worth falling for:

1. Be yourself from the very beginning: By never hiding your true self a guy will know immediately the expectations he has to live up to and the standards he has to meet. On the first few dates women tend to let a lot of things slide in order to come off as easy-going, but sometimes letting the guy know exactly who you are and what you want will make it clear to him how to act like a gentleman.

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2. Stop playing games: After middle school there’s no valid reason why men and women should continue to play mind games with each other. Making your partner guess if you like them or calculating when to text back is feeding into this concept that dating is a game. Nice guys won’t want to participate in these games so just leave them at home.

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3. Respect yourself: Treating yourself with dignity will be a great example for any man to follow. Say no when you want to say no and don’t allow yourself to be stepped on. Don’t ever bend over backwards trying to please a guy because a relationship should be a two-way partnership with balance.

Where did you and your “nice guy” meet? Comment below.