It must be true what they say: comedians are funny because deep down they really understand human nature.
Seems that being a comedian and hosting a radio show provide good material for writing a dating book- this too is written by a comedian who hosted a radio show.
The only caveat is, the book pushes you into making list of non-negotiables, which is currently falling out of favor in the dating world. Definitely a standout among dating books, this one, written by Lori Gottlieb, focuses on the supposedly unrealistic expectations young women have for men.
In The Rules II: More Rules to Live and Love By, published in 1997, Fein and Schneider proclaim, "If he doesn't call, he's not that interested. Her argument was that after having written a best seller and raising two children, she and her husband discovered they were two different people from the young couple that fell in love.
though there is no body of evidence to support this.
Another criticism is that because The Rules advise rarely returning phone calls and other such hard-to-get dating methods, some men may have trouble telling the difference between a woman who is genuinely not interested (or not interested anymore) and one who is genuinely interested, thus leading to misunderstandings and stalkers; not only for women using The Rules, but any man who believes all women are playing similar games even when they are not.
His credentials are impressive, and he takes a personal development/self-empowering approach to dating The classic dating guide, this is both “Rules” books rolled into one.
Essentially a guide to successfully playing hard to get, these Rules serve as the benchmark of womanly advice for the modern dating scene.