Social networking means rejection can be broadcast to the world.An ex can announce the break-up on Facebook or that he's 'finally single' on Twitter.He can cause you public humiliation in addition to private anguish. The best way to cope is to start dating again immediately.
The same rule applies to texting and all other social media.
So NEVER ask men out by text, Facebook or on instant messenger.
You should attend as many events that interest you while you are single. What you see can really mean what you get, and that's good news for everyone on the world's largest social network. Resist the urge to post photos on Facebook of your brand new relationship. He or she might like keeping your personal life more on the private side.
Be on the same page, or at least in the same status update when the time is right. Facebook's population is the equivalent to the third largest country in the world. It should go without saying, but make sure that someone is single before approaching them on Facebook. De-friend him or her to avoid the normal obsession of checking to see if they can live without you or not.
These text-back times do not apply to weekends, specifically from Friday at 6pm to Sunday at 6pm. So never send a 'friend request' to a man you like.
There are a couple of other critical factors with texting: never, ever double text (write twice before he responds once) and always respond with fewer words than he's texted to you. ' you should write back: 'Sure, that sounds like fun.' You should not answer calls or messages after midnight, because you are busy or need your beauty sleep or, quite frankly, it's none of his business why. He will know you're interested and any challenge will be gone.Log on to Facebook and start chatting with some old friends and be open to the possibilities of Facebook and Twitter love. Facebook is responsible for creating a fun-filled social calendar.Receiving party invitations on Facebook is a great way to expand your social network. On Facebook, singles are more likely to post a recent photo of a family reunion or party photos from the holidays.The book was translated into 27 languages and helped a generation of women find their Mr Right. Now texting, Facebook, Twitter, Skype and online matchmaking sites have revolutionised the dating landscape.It's more complicated than ever to manage your romantic life. Our new book tackles exactly that question - and here, in an exclusive extract, we show you how to handle texts, emails, Facebook and online dating...The premise of The Rules is that, as unfeminist as it sounds, a woman should do absolutely nothing to start a relationship.