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Women who want to get married, but not right now, will probably think it sounds desperate, manipulative, and unromantic. The Rules explains why two questions most women have at some point are related: how can I get the man I love to love me? The premise of The Rules is that men love a challenge.It is none of those, but it can appear that way if you don't have the motivation to really hear what they're saying. If you want a man to act like a man, and treat you like a woman, challenge him as a man. I see the controversy over The Rules coming from two directions. Forget that stuff about playing hard to get, expecting the man to pay, and never having sex on a first date. “I cook a mean paella and I’ll always try to make you laugh” is good, but “I have a fantastic job and no-one can understand why I’m single” is not.Today’s rules are a little more user-friendly – but some of them may surprise you. Many dating profiles start with statements like: “I’m no good at this kind of thing”. If you put yourself down, you won’t sound attractively self-effacing. The aim of the online dating game is to catch the eye of someone you have lots in common with.If you act this way, men will treat you the way you want to be treated. The other part of the controversy is that though the Rules are simple, they are VERY hard to do when you really want to know where you stand with a man.Therefore, there are a lot of women out there disparaging the Rules not because they don't work, but because the women couldn't or wouldn't follow them.

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Ellen Fein is a graduate of New York University and lives on Long Island, New York, with her husband and two children.

But if, like me ten years ago, you are serious about marriage, and you don't understand why the same cycle keeps repeating in your relationships, you won't care who likes the book or doesn't. First, it is politically incorrect to say that there are anything but minor physical differences between men and women.

Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider don't really bother with arguing; they just point out that, like it or not, for whatever reason, this is what works with men.