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To wrap it up, here’s my dating advice: with all of the ‘smoke and mirrors’ that men put out, it’s hard to say if we’re ever seeing things clearly, but at the end of the day I truly believe that knowing is half the battle.

The quicker you can see things for what they are, the less likely you are to be disappointed, hurt or wasting valuable time.

When it came to finding love in New York, Amber Soletti, a 42-year-old who lives in the West Village, had no luck dating older guys or men her own age.

While they were “well-established and articulate,” she wasn’t physically attracted to them and found they had too many issues.

“It was love at first sight,” Angal says of meeting Siegner, a buxom blonde who was a successful account executive at a graphic design company at the time.

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