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They promise the moon: capture the heart of Mr. Right, find your soul mate and never be lonely again. But the minute you pick one up and vow to buy it, you can‘t help sneaking a glance at the check-out counter Can you really walk up to that nice-looking young man, set this book down, and hand over your payment without blushing or muttering, “It’s not for me; it’s for a friend?"

Once upon a time, buying a book of dating advice was an admission of hopelessness. It conveyed the message that you were so bad with men that you needed a book to tell you how to do it.

Luckily, times have changed!

These days, dating advice is a form of entertainment. Dating gurus peddle their advice online, on talk shows, and in the latest bestsellers. Everyone knows “the Rules” or what it means when “He’s Just Not That Into You.”

But does any of that dating advice actually work? Are women today finding it easier to meet men because of it?

Let’s find out what the arguments for and against dating advice are saying, and you can decide for yourself.

Dating Advice is Downright Dangerous
Unlike food or medicine, dating advice isn’t regulated. Anyone can say anything, and they don’t have to offer up scientific evidence proving their claims.

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No wonder the field of dating advice has exploded, with every armchair psychologist offering an opinion about what it takes for a person to meet their perfect mate. Anyone can write a best-selling dating advice book with no credentials at all.

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