Dating Confidential by Hedda Muskat
A Singles Guide to a Fun, Flirtatious and Possibly Meaningful Social Life

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With almost 50 million unmarried Americans over the age of 25, why do so many singles lament, "All the good ones are taken"?

It's because successful dating is not the same as a successful relationship. Before you can find the love of your life, you have to get past the first date. Here's all the advice that your best friend should have given you, including:
-- Learning to make the first move
-- Knowing what to do (and not to do) on a date
-- What to do when a good date turns bad
-- How to turn a bad date into a good one
-- How to bounce back into dating after a break-up
-- Looking and feeling hip, sexy and fabulous
-- Seventy-five proven places to find a date
-- Taking advantage of hot new dating alternatives like speed dating, online services, matchmakers and singles' vacations
-- Defining sexual boundaries

It's not that there aren't singles out there; it's just that you have to know what to do with one when you've encountered him/her! Here's how to make dating more fun, exciting, easier and more relaxed, so you can get exactly what you want-that great relationship you're looking for.

About Hedda Muskat

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Hedda Muskat, formerly a producer and writer on television's longest running dating show, Love Connection, is co-author of Dating: A Single's Guide to a Fun, Flirtatious, and Possibly Meaningful Social Life.Hedda is the Human Interest Producer on the hit show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She was previously a producer on The Montel Williams Show, Howie Mandel and Martin Short. She holds a BA in Communications from Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. Hedda is also the author of a successful book from the '80s, The Yuppie Cookbook. She resides in Los Angeles, California with her husband and daughter.
Published June 1, 2004 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. 228 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Romance, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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