Pychology of men and dating
At the same time, there are some basic psychological and sociological truths that not only make sense but, upon hearing, you realise you've kind of known all along.
This is a list of those: observations we've learned to trust over the years that should help you work, rest and play with more confidence.1 | During an introduction, make a note of someone's eye colour.
6 | If you know someone is going to have a go at you in a meeting, deliberately sit right next to them.
The proximity and mirrored direction of your bodies will make them feel less comfortable with being aggressive, and you'll have an easier time of it. If you're acquiring a new skill or piece of knowledge, bore someone else with it at the first opportunity you get.
Women, on the other hand, would lose resources and support to raise their newborn to adulthood, while female promiscuity clearly does not help increase the welfare of her children.
A strictly monogamous animal mates only within the pair.
Humans display a higher paternal investment than most other primates.
4 | When laughter breaks out in a group of people, each one will instinctively glance at whichever other individual they feel closest to in that group.
This is a good way of spotting who is secretly sleeping together at work.
For example, in the case of geese, albatrosses or some parrots, the death of a partner totally compromises mating for the other, for that season or for it entire life in some cases.
With all that, strictly sexually monogamous species are almost non-existent.