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The Best First-Date Advice Book You'll Ever Read

Ever gone on a date with a guy, expected to hear from him but, for reasons you don't understand, he never calls you back? We're guessing the answer is yes. Author, matchmaker and dating coach Rachel Greenwald knows a thing or two about this subject. She asked 1,000 men why they didn't call women back, and the results are in her book, conveniently titled, "Why He Didn't Call You Back: 1,000 Guys Reveal What They REALLY Thought About You After Your Date." The book contains actionable advice about how to ace a first date.

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Comment of the Day for 04/07

  Okay Tangoers. You need to step this up. We need more and better comments. I almost picked been uesed for my money again. Don't let this guy show you up!Comment of the day for 4/07 comes from BookMama, a sassy mama, writer and smarty pants to boot. She had this piece of advice in response to a user's question about whether he should help his girlfriend reconcile with her family… Let go of having [you] reconcile with her family. You may not know how bad they are. From some people, breaking away from family is the better thing to do… AMEN! BookMama! That is some good advice. Keep up the commenting!

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Get Guys Begging For A Second Date: Here's How

Dating expert Rachel Greenwald, author of Why He Didn't Call You Back, talks about dating etiquette, first date tips and how to make sure you get a second date. "To me a successful first or second date is simply an invitation to go out again. You can't really get to know who the person is deep down until you spend more time with them, so the lack of a follow-up date invitation means that someone has quickly stereotyped you."

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Single? Join Us Wednesday For A Matchmaking Event

If you're a single lady in the greater NYC area, Harvard-educated matchmaker and best-selling author Rachel Greenwald is at your disposal. Wednesday, April 8, join us to glean dating tips and secrets from Rachel and the 1,000 men whom she interviewed for her book.

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Single? Looking For Love? Start Here

Calling all the single ladies! Don't miss the chance to learn dating secrets from an uber-successful matchmaker and the 1,000 men she interviewed for her new book, Why He Didn't Call You Back. If you're a single lady in the greater NYC area, Harvard-educated matchmaker and bestselling author Rachel Greenwald is at your disposal. Next Wednesday, April 8, sign up to glean dating tips and secrets from Rachel and the 1,000 men whom she interviewed for her book.

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3 Ways To Squeeze In More Sex

Still Life Love Advice from YourTango tackles users' questions about current and pressing relationship issues. In this episode, we offer advice to busy couples looking to get in more time between the sheets.

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Saving Money—And Your Relationship—After Job Loss

Times are tough and, these days, jobs are lost as regularly as kids lose their baby teeth. In a relationship, when one partner becomes unemployed, it can be a challenge to stay upbeat and supportive. One YourTango user came to us for advice on the matter. We asked the stars of our new series Still Life Love Advice to tell us: how do you save money and your relationship when your love gets laid off?

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He Gives Love A Bad Name

The poor guy wants to make you his Juliet, but rather than climb down for a kiss, his serenade makes you want to punch him in the mouth to keep him from talking.

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5 Things Single Women Hate To Hear

Every time she hung out with her single female friends, the same gripes surfaced. Enough already with the how-to-snag-a-guy advice streaming from anyone and everyone as soon as status single was announced, they said. Suddenly, Karin Anderson, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology at Concordia University Chicago, found herself keeping track of what these single women were saying, replacing the strict academic research techniques she was used to with more informal polling.