A new dating attitude book

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Guidelines might specify no porn, no politics and no exceptionally long books.So, this should be enough to get you started with getting your book club juices flowing.I believe they’ve done a lot for everyone’s right to love.

_____ Marla Martenson I worked with a guy once years ago who had gone on over 100 dates between matchmakers and online.

” I said, “You need to take a break from dating.” He was duty dating. You will be like a magnet for people who want to be around you.

” He said, “Well, it’s not going to work out anyway, so why should I put any effort into it? When I was single and out there, sometimes I would get frustrated and say, “God, I don’t want to date anymore.” Then I would say, “Okay, I’ll try it one more time.” I did want to find someone. Then, when you go out there, you will be sharing your wonderful personality and attitude.

Well-pedigreed young women are receiving obscene text messages from men they have never even met!

Throw in a few titillating observations from people who seem like authorities on the scene—Nancy Jo Sales cites the 28-year-old “fetching, tattooed owner” of an East Village Sake bar, who says that, “Men in this town have a serious case of pussy affluenza”—add vague quotes from a handful of academics—“we are in uncharted territory,” one researcher from the Kinsey Institute at the University of Indiana attests—and voilà! When half a dozen friends and relatives emailed me “The Dawn of the Dating Apocalypse” last Friday, I struggled to get through it.

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