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Dating may be like driving a car, but it’s also like riding a bike: It's scary at first, but it’s not impossible to learn — and even master.
Coles insists that "Love Rules" is not just for the single millennial looking for love, but also for men and women getting back out there and re-entering the dating scene after many years.
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And it's easy to become a voyeur on other people's lives, and become less of a participant in your own life,” says Coles. And if you have a bigger life there'll be more people in it.
“What the book really encourages people to do is to get up and put your devices down, and get out there and have fun and connect with people. And you'll have more people to share with.”NEXT: How to use sexting to improve your marriage Want more tips like these?
Coles urges daters to take it slow, and not let the digital communication accelerate the relationship. And it's not actually how people fall in love,” says Coles.
“For the most part, people fall in love with people they know that they've actually done things with, and that they've built up a commonality with.
In fact, more middle-aged adults are dating digitally than ever before: A Pew Study examining online daters in 2013 and then again in 2015 showed the use of digital dating services jumped by almost two-thirds for adults aged 45-54.