Cameron Diaz knows what she needs. In an appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show, actress Cameron Diaz provided useful relationship tips. Barrymore and her co-host Ross Matthews learned about “hardballing” from Diaz during the discussion.
By this, we mean being up forward and honest about what you want out of a relationship from the start and moving on if you don’t get it, Matthews told a story about one of his friends who had been unwittingly using the hardballing technique in her dating life after learning about it.
“I have a girlfriend who kept saying, ‘These guys keep leaving me, they keep leaving me,’ [and], I go, ‘Well, what are the first dates like?'” he said. “She said, ‘Well I ask them if they want kids.’ Girl, what are you doing on date one? You don’t ask if you want kids, you ask if you like pizza or the color blue.” Diaz said Matthews’ friend seemed like “a natural hardballer.”
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“She is like, ‘This is what I want, are you in?’ So, she shouldn’t be looking at it that they are leaving her, she should be going, ‘You know what, you don’t add up to me, you’re not at my place,’ but that’s okay,” Diaz proceeded. “Then you at least know that we are not in the same place. And I think that’s what dating is all about.”
“I think it’s important to know what you want,” Matthews agreed. “And when you see it, hold onto it. And if you find something that’s not for you, don’t be afraid to move on.”
Diaz ended with one more piece of good advice: “And mostly, if the other person is not holding onto you, let go of them.” In 2015, Diaz married guitarist Benji Madden of the band Good Charlotte. In December of this year, they became parents for the first time to a daughter named Raddix Madden.
In an episode of beauty artist Gucci Westman’s YouTube series “Makeup & Friends,” Diaz talked up about marriage and starting a family in April 2020. “I love being married,” she said at the time. “The best thing that ever happened to me is finding my husband and our partnership and his friendship and all that.”
In August, she appeared on Kevin Hart’s Peacock chat show Hart to Heart, where Cameron Diaz talked about her parenting relationship with Benji.
“Everything starts and stops and starts and stops because it’s all about her needs,” Diaz said of her toddler, who will turn 2 later this year. “I cook all of her meals. I wake her up, my husband puts her to bed. We’re a total tag team.”
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