Having more options makes it difficult to make a choice and leaves us less satisfied with the choices we do make.
We can’t help but wonder whether one of the other choices would have been better.
The summer can be a great time to start a new relationship.
Maybe it's that lingering "school's out" mentality that makes us feel young and carefree.
It started in the 90s, after a Gartner analyst noticed tech crazes following the same Tech Ashley Madison Used Chatbots to Lure Cheaters, Then Threatened to Expose Them When They Complained It turns out a company established to facilitate unethical behavior made some ethical lapses of its own.
”I think he may be overestimating the taboo on workplace romances.
Match's chief scientific adviser, Helen Fisher, said that might be because summertime is the mating season in many species — and even though humans breed all year long, "increasing light does give us a sunny personality and more energy and optimism — all of which could increase our sexuality.” If you're thinking about joining a dating site in the near future, and if you're somewhat terrified by the prospect of that we're more attracted to people in expansive — as opposed to contracted — postures, even if we don't consciously realize it.
Men especially appear more attractive to women when they're holding their arms upward in a "V," reaching out to grab something, or standing in another expansive position.
The first thing I thought when I read about this was: This is a technology that Laura Linney’s character from —a nervous turtlenecked mouse who loves her hot co-worker Karl silently and obsessively from afar—would use if the movie was set in the modern day.
“@karl,” she would type into Slack, chewing her nails as she looked at Rodrigo Santoro’s bespectacled avatar and hoped beyond hope that the desperate act would deliver her from her unrequited longing. Feeld had an earlier, harder-to-pronounce incarnation as “3nder,” an app that helped people find threesomes.