All day today The People's Station 93.7 WBLK will give away tickets to our private screening of "Think Like A Man" starring Kevin Hart, Chris Brown, Meagan Good, Terrence J, Tarji P Henson and Gabrielle Union. Find out what the cast of the film says about relationships in their own lives.

Based on Steve Harvey's best-selling book, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love,Relationships, Intimacy and Commitment, the featured FREE MOVIE MONDAY film "Think Like A Man" (out April 20) follows four guy friends beginning relationships with four women.   Kevin Hart's character is in the middle of a divorce.

Words of wisdom from the cast:

Regina Hall:

 Let people know how you're feeling about a situation, says Hall, 41. "There are gender differences and we can interpret one situation completely different." That is particularly important for single mothers: Hall says they should tell suitors about their kids sooner rather than later. "Your kid's going to come first, so you'll have to be with someone who loves them as much as you do."

Romany Malco

"A lot of times, we are looking for love from others we haven't really afforded ourselves," says Malco, 43. "I met a woman one time, and she said she wanted to be treated like a princess. I went to her house, and it was a pigsty. I was like, 'This is how princesses live?' It's a lot of responsibility to get with someone who's looking to you to fill a void they can't fulfill themselves."

Taraji P. Henson

 If you're looking for longevity in a relationship, friendship is the only thing that'll keep you and your significant other together, advises Henson, 41. "There are days where you're just not going to like that person. They are going to make you so mad, but you have to be able to look at them and say, 'I really want to hate you today, but I really like you because you're my friend.' "