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No one wants to get hurt, rejected or feel like a fool so, how do you move forward openly and keep your heart from being broken?Jill Scott has adopted a new rule when it comes to dating. Jill Scott will be putting her acting skills to work in the LIFETIME original movie , which premieres this Saturday at 8/7c.After six months of dating, if there’s nothing there, she’s out. But before we see Miss Jilly from Philly as Viviane in the telefilm, she did an interview with ABC News Radio where she talked about her own love life and how she has adopted some new dating rules.Match, the UK’s most successful dating service, researched over 2,000 men and women to map out the average dating journey, from first meeting to having children.As well as uncovering the secret of the six month rule, the findings showed that it takes us longer to hold hands than kiss with 31 per cent stating they would kiss their date immediately, compared to just 27 per cent who would say the same for holdings hands.