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They mention something from the profile I took the time to create: a favorite movie (so easy!

), or that I like making pizza from scratch, or that “I’m very expensive” (you gotta read the post all about that one).

Listen on your i Phone while you drive or work out! Unlike other books and philosophies that preach “do whatever you want” and “anything goes,” The Rules offers a concrete set of do’s and don’ts so you can actually land the guy of your dreams.

You can also order the CD () and DVD () or both (5 plus shipping). We are wives, mothers, co-authors, dating coaches, and have been best friends for the last 30 years.

E-mail us at [email protected] place your order by credit card or Paypal today! 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!

In the online world “You’re so beautiful” makes me roll my eyes and assume you type the same thing into every message box. I only respond to messages that show the person read my profile. Creepily noticing what time I’m online and asking me about it… I rarely get along with people who take themselves too seriously.

"I guess my involvement into the dating community started out of frustation from being in my late 20s and not being able to meet the amount of women I really wanted to.

I promised myself I would do anything to get this fear of approaching women resolved.

We put two and two together, and wrote and wrote, and that’s how The Rules were born!

We had no idea The Rules would become a bestseller…

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