The rules for online dating fein
Like our other courses (The Rules Dating Coach course, Rules School, The Confidence Course and The Marriage Course), The Rules for Everyone consists of 10 interactive online lessons and two hours of free consultation time. Our NYC seminar was such a success that we are coming baaaaaaack, so pack your bathing suit and sunglasses! ) consultation December 3 and 4, e-mail us at [email protected]! Check us out, like and comment, and also e-mail us any pics or text convos you’ve got for the following topics: Makeover Tip Monday, Textsfrom Your Ex Tuesday, What’s Goingon Wednesday, Throw Back Thursday, Flowersfor Friday, Success Story Saturday, and Celebrity Sunday!Our next seminar will be in sunny Miami, Florida on Monday, December 4 from 6-8 pm. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! 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 are safe about it, you don't have men pick you up at your house or your apartment, you meet them at a coffee bar for an hour with a very filled street.You are very safe, because you are a creature unlike any other, you take real good care of yourself.We’ve rewritten the dating rules for every other person in your life! Right can be used to have satisfying and pain-free relationships with parents, children, step children, in-laws, friends (especially non-Rules Girls), married men, exes, bosses, co-workers, blended families and much more.Over the last 20-plus years, our clients have been so happy with our dating and marriage advice that they often ask us about other (difficult or elusive) people in their lives and we tell them exactly what to do!
We put two and two together, and wrote and wrote, and that’s how The Rules were born!
Some of the best/worst ones (not in their original order) include: 1. (I like to call it the "Little Mermaid" style of dating.) The new version of "The Rules" updates this '95 advice for the online-dating/texting/sexting world.
Don't Talk to a Man First (and Don't Ask Him to Dance) 2. In an interview with Avi Roseman on JDate, Fein and Scheider discussed their tips for checking out members of the opposite sex on the Internet: Don't answer a guy's ad, and post a light and breezy ad talking about interests, hobbies, favorite foods, books, movies, etc. In light of that reality, Fein and Schneider's ideas seem retrograde.
The 2-hour-plus seminar consists of tips for texting and Facebook, dating after divorce, makeovers, success stories, Rules and non-Rules celebrity relationships, Q&A, and much more.
Listen on your i Phone while you drive or work out!