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So this year, put on that novelty tee that says "I'm with Cupid" (arrow pointing sideways), and fall in love—with a tall, dark and handsome book.
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Internet dating is no longer considered a mysterious, shady endeavor; instead it is, in this day and age, an accepted and legitimate way to meet a mate.
But there are rules in this ether-world and a certain protocol to follow.
Thankfully, there's Ben Karlin, who offers us Things I've Learned from Women Who've Dumped Me, an homage to failed relationships.
(If he writes a sequel, may we suggest the title There's a Crib in My Crib?
Paulette Kouffman Sherman is a dating expert and psychologist with a holistic approach to finding a mate.
In her practice, she noticed that her clients' negative thoughts were actually driving away the partners they desired.
Therein lies the genesis of Dating from the Inside Out: How to Use the Law of Attraction in Matters of the Heart.
In this guide, Sherman claims that the pathway to an enduring, fulfilling relationship begins with "setting clear intentions for love, and learning to be the partner they wish to attract." It's no secret, Sherman insists, that if you live consciously, love will follow.
Here Karlin invites some of today's greatest comedic minds, or dare we say hearts, to pontificate about heartbreak.