The best piece of dating advice I've ever received came from my older sister who told me that men never do anything they don't want to do. She explained that if a guy really likes me, he will make an effort to spend time with me. She said that if he doesn't text or call, then he isn't worth my time. It's true that the best dating tips often come from family members and friends who are older and wiser than you, because it takes a long time to learn the most valuable lessons in love. Making your own mistakes every now and then is undoubtedly important, but learning from other people's experiences doesn't hurt, either.
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A new dating app for hard-working lawyers was launched last week. Designed to 'do the heavy lifting' of match-making, Lawyr is open not only to those who work in the law, but to singles of any profession who fancy bagging a legal eagle. And what woman wouldn't want to do that, right? Lawyers are known to be charismatic, fiercely intelligent, with a strong sense of justice and loaded to boot — so surely a life alongside one would spell romance, security and sublime comfort? Well, not quite.