They take down their profiles after six months because they’re embarrassed that the men they’ve dated can see they’re still single, or because a coworker might see their ad, or they just get tired of all the emails and first dates that don’t go anywhere.
We say: take a break from exactly — a break from possibly having a boyfriend on your birthday and New Year’s Eve?
Which Rules have you had the toughest time following in your own current or past dating lives?
Now that technology plays such a strong role in our dating lives, what’s the biggest mistake single women make today?
Sherrie: Over-sharing, texting back in mere seconds, double-texting on accident, accepting booty calls, not ending chats, calls, or Skype sessions first — as in, letting them go on for hours — or just being too available to men in general.
: a best-selling dating book by Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider that urged women to never call a man, talk too much, or accept a last-minute date.
Women everywhere claimed that following the book’s advice kept men in hot pursuit.
However, that book was written in 1995 — long before things like texting and Facebook entered the picture.