I have been flooded with incredibly positive response from readers of my newsletter regarding what I've shared about men, women, dating and relationships.
With that in mind, I couldn't be more excited about having completed my first book. Well, I was tired of reading the same old things over and over again about "getting flaky guys to call back", "adding spark to a dull relationship", "getting over the last breakup", "tricking someone into sticking around", etc.
Scientist Helen Fisher’s fascinating new book, Anatomy Of Love: A Natural History Of Mating, Marriage And Why We Stray, explores how and why we love the way we do.
It draws on data from around the world, from courting rituals to the universal language of flirting.
They were fully aware of what they were doing, too.
Interviewed afterwards, they admitted having coaxed a potential lover into conversation, touched him and enticed him with coquettish looks, questions, compliments and jokes. I’m a biological anthropologist and senior research fellow at the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction at Indiana University in the U. I am also the chief scientific adviser for the dating website and part of my remit is to conduct regular surveys of single men and women.
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Today, she explains the human dating ‘dance’ and why apps and smartphones are encouraging women to be more flirtatious...