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Like Watson, Perkins uses her own life to explain the lessons that she has learned.
In her introduction, she underlines her attitude to midlife.
Ostensibly, the two books couldn’t be more different – yet when it comes to dating, aren’t the rules still the same, no matter what age you are?
Having interviewed both authors about their dating books, I found myself wondering whether the twenty-something starlet and the divorced mum of three shared any philosophies on the titular Dating Game. And if so, are these common ideas the seminal lessons we all need to learn about dating?
Perkins’ guide, meanwhile, features recipes and tips for the menopause.
They include: Sex Watson may be the same age as Perkins’ children, but both authors share very similar views on sex. Her other sex advice includes “Change it up”, “Let go of your inhibitions” and “Sex is an essential part of a healthy relationship”.
Perkins echoes the younger author: “Sex is an important part of a relationship and like everything to do with relationships it takes communication and practice.” The books are very different in style and in nature, but it’s interesting to see that regardless of your age, experience and background, dating and relationships always involve key fundamentals, and most of the important lessons involve you and your attitude to both dating and yourself. Get Perkins’ book if you’re looking for a confidence boost; get Watson’s if you want a beautiful coffee-table conversation piece.
Whilst Watson’s book doesn’t touch on online dating – something indicative of her age (she is just 23) – Perkins focuses exclusively on online dating.
Both women share similar dating dos and don’ts, but while Watson’s are divided into stages of a relationship, Perkins simply lists her best tactics for the “game”.
“It’s kind of obvious, but the best relationship you need to have right now is with yourself.” Her words are selfish, playing on the character she has established on the reality TV show, but the lessons are not without merit.