In today’s high-tech dating world, roses are often read
Gone are the days when potential paramours exchange phone numbers and contemplate too long and hard over a call.
“New technologies have expanded our ability to communicate while increasing the possibilities â€” and emotional impact â€” of dating,” says Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist at Rutgers University who specializes in the evolution and future of sex, love and marriage and gender differences in the brain and behavior.
â€œThe technology has made it more emotional. Not only can you express your emotions almost instantly and have the other person respond, but if you express yourself and they donâ€™t respond, you instantly want to know why not.â€
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