Mystery dating techniques
The man is demonstrating a ‘Push’ by not reciprocating by touching the woman on the left back but, this is a mild push as he’s still looking at her and letting her touch him. Their approval wasn’t earned easily, you’re not the first student they saw nor did they have the time to dish out praise on everyone.
Alternatively, he’s demonstrating a strong ‘push’ to the woman on the right by barely acknowledging her at all. Even if they did, you knew it was given away too easily, therefore, worthless or seen as less authentic or valued.
Wystan’s Church in Repton carried out during the late 1970s and early 1980s.
For decades, the identities of the remains have been a mystery due to the fact that archaeologists have so far been unable to conclusively date them.
Conversely, a ‘Push’ isn’t as negative as it sounds is often mistaken with ‘pushing someone away’, this is not the case.
It’s more about showing indifference and playing hard to get, rather than offending people or seeming arrogant.
An example of Push / Pull: The woman in the left is showing interest in the man by touching him and angling her body language towards him (Pull). It’s a bit like the teachers you had at school that everyone loved, respected and feared at the same time.many dates with great people, become more complacent with what would often impress someone who gets one date a year.It is this ‘dating economics’, this interplay between supply and demand that creates indifference that sees people who are seen as attractive not jump up and down everytime their date says or does something they like.Although these new radiocarbon dates don’t prove that these were Viking army members it now seems very likely.It also shows how new techniques can be used to reassess and finally solve centuries old mysteries.The Push / Pull technique has stood the test of time in being one of the most widely used pieces of practical psychology for people wanting to actively generate attraction in others.