It's been the topic of several celebrity-related discussions, from "time immemorial" it seems. "Most celebrities just aren't good at relationships" Does this statement have any truth to it? Or is it a mindset that dwells within even persons who are not necessarily "in the spotlight", but who aren't yet ready to commit but "want to have their cake and eat it too"? My thoughts are inspired by the recent break-up of celebrity couple, Jordin Sparks and Jason Derulo, loved and admired by many, particularly for their three-year relationship with each other. As I joined others in somewhat "mourning the passing" of this relationship, it occurred to me that "yet another celebrity break-up" had just occurred. Too often, we have become disappointed by celebrities who show several signs of a promising and lasting relationship, and even spend what seemed to be a lifetime together but, at the end of the day, still chose to call it "quits" My question to you is: What inspires such break-ups? Is it because they are distracted and pressured by the constant attention offered by "the Holywood life"? Is it because they were "never really in it for the "forever" part of it? Or are there some other reasons that I haven't touched on, which have led to the seemingly rampant rate of celebrity break-ups?