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It's a goal most people have, but it can be difficult to pull off when you're unsure about how to wade into the murky waters of the dating pool.

It doesn't matter, however, if you're just out of a relationship or have been living the single life for a while, the principles remain the same.

Whether you love it or hate it, the world of dating is something that most of us will have to deal with at one point or another.

But just because it can be daunting doesn't mean it has to be, and at the end of the day your approach to casual dating has a huge impact on your feelings toward it.

Bachelor #1 is 26 (gasp, a year younger than her... And she seems to agree with me but I can also see her running the spectrum of emotions in her texts, emails and calls.

see #3 below), successful, attractive and from the sounds of it a stand-up guy (picked the place and made a reservation. Dating (notice I didn't say "being single") can be scary, especially after leaving the comfort of a 3 year, live-in lover kind of situation.

Nevertheless, they both have the same questions, fears and yes, excitement. ) M has her first date since "it" happened - but to give the girl some props, she's handled "it" extremely well.

There are not many people that can amicably split and continue living together until the other finds a place to live. But I digress, she has a date Friday and I could not be happier for her.

If you are wondering what that means in practice, then you've come to the right place.

A Single Girl’s Guide to Dating in REAL life is meant to be just that, a guide.

My advice comes directly from the myriad of ridiculous dates I’ve been on, experiences from my friends and family and just general common sense.

I am still keeping in mind my mom's advice to stop dating boys and start dating actual men. But the pilot had so many wrinkles, I thought he was 43, not 33, and I made the mistake of telling him so. Later that night, we were walking down the street and we happened to make eye contact with this gray-haired man inside the bar of a restaurant. He did look like a mafioso, but I asked how she knew.

Well, my friend Jenny just flew in from San Diego and she is excellent for pulling older dudes. She said, "Watch how everyone does everything he says." Like, they replaced the wine Jenny didn't like, right away. We all sang several songs, and then when someone turned down the volume, the mafioso said he could "kill" the guy for doing it.