We had no idea The Rules would become a bestseller…we just wanted to help women stop making mistakes and get the men of their dreams—and that’s what we still do now, 20 years later!Today, Ellen is married with two children and lives in New York, and Sherrie is married with a teenage daughter and lives in New Jersey.
The virtual space provides a safe environment for adults to find Mr. Learning how to effectively navigate online dating can save you time, money, and your heart. However, other people have experienced the serious pitfalls of online dating -- "catfishing" and predators.According to a Pew Research Center study, one in five American adults ages 25-34 years old have tried online dating.Many online daters also seek help from friends to create or review their profiles. Want the formula for being desirable and mysterious in text messages, on Facebook, and via Skype? Tired of booty calls and casual relationships that go nowhere? Find out: how and why The Rules got started and became a bestseller, why “playing hard to get” works best with men, new rules for texting/sexting/Facebook/Skype, why it’s OK to ignore non-date-related texts, how 10 top dating coaches got married and other success stories, celebrity relationships, dating after a breakup or divorce, marriage rules, celebrity relationships, makeovers, Q&A, and much more! We are wives, mothers, co-authors, dating coaches, and have been best friends for the last 30 years.
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We came up with the idea for a self-help dating book called The Rules after many, many dinners with single girlfriends at the now-defunct Sung Chu Mein, a Chinese restaurant on the Upper East Side in New York City—it was sort of like Sex and the City, but before Sex and the City!
Like most women our age, we were career-minded with our own apartments, but we also wanted to get married.
So over fried tofu and mixed vegetables, we each brought our dating problems to the table.
We began to notice that the women who played hard to get, either deliberately or by accident, were the ones who got the guys, while the women who asked guys out or were too available were the ones who got dumped.