Hedda Muskat, formerly a producer and writer on television’s longest running dating show, Love Connection, is co-author of Dating: A Single’s Guide to a Fun, Flirtatious, and Possibly Meaningful Social Life.
Hedda is the Human Interest Producer on the hit show, The Ellen De Generes Show.
Hedda is also the author of a successful book from the ’80s, The Yuppie Cookbook. The 60s were filled with love-ins and sit-ins and enough LSD to give one the illusion they may be out on a date, even if they were alone in their room banging their head against the wall. Singles just hung out at discos, dropping ludes and going home with whomever. The discos closed down, the drugs calmed down, and now people suddenly were faced with something they'd only seen in movies--DATING! The term "date" itself becomes synonymous with "getting together," "hanging out," or "joining friends." By keeping the term "date" less formal, a lot of the anxiety and pressure formerly associated with the dating experience can be eliminated.
She resides in Los Angeles, California with her husband and daughter. This continued until the early 80s, as boomers graduated to coke parties and screwing each other in night club restrooms. The kind where Moondoggy picks up Gidget and they have a picnic on the beach, under the moonlight, and get to know each other. No matter what we choose to call the term, dating always will have some anxiety attached to it.
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She was previously a producer on The Montel Williams Show, Howie Mandel and Martin Short.
She holds a BA in Communications from Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. Some might even argue that going to the gyno is less stressful than going on a DATE. It’s because people haven't really dated since the 1950s. Dating in the new millennium has a different approach.
Adobe Digital Editions is required for downloading and viewing the e Book.Successful dating is not the same as a successful relationship. How we got our statistics: We talked to 505 daters in an independent survey we conducted in three states at various clubs, bars, malls, and grocery stores.