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Human Mating Game Its a dance as old as the human race At cocktail lounges and church socials during office coffee breaks and dinner parties-- most blatantly perhaps in the personal ads in newspapers and magazines-- men and women participate in a ritual that has been embedded in our existence since the dawn of man Beginning at young ages humans start learning to master the art of attracting someone of the opposite sex one day hoping to find the perfect mate Whether it was the physical aspect personality aspect or the chemical aspect of attraction there is something that attracts mankind to members of the other sex The question is How do you interpret these signals and how do you respond to them Researchers and educators are beginning to observe that the age that children start to take notice of the opposite sex As early as the pre-teen years children start going out Many parents fear that their kids are being pushed into adulthood too quickly Yet they recognize that pre-teen relationships often resemble childs play more than teenage romance Pre-teens pair up to impress their friends Within a group of pre-teens they might constantly trade boyfriends and girlfriends because it doesnt really matter as long as each other has someone These couples traditionally would not go out for more than a month and they may do little more than talk a few times on the phone Fortunately pre-teens take break-ups in stride which later prepares one for the possibility of hurting and being hurt by someone in ones future teenage and adult years Hoose 56-63 The early teenage years are when young adolescents begin to learn the basics of the Flirting Game especially the girls There are 52 different nonverbal courtship behaviors used by women 31 of these 52 flirtations were exhibited by 13-16 year old girls in a study that included going to shopping malls ice skating rinks and other places that adolescents
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