Dating myth

08-Oct-2016 00:59

THE MYTH: No one wants to date a divorcée with kids. Lia-Symone Yahya, 32, and her husband, Ferdinand, 32, set Facebook on blended-family fire with photos of their six children (his two, her two and two they had together).

As a divorced mom struggling to finish college, Lia-Symone had been afraid that love was beyond her reach.

Ok, maybe it’s because I’m an Asian woman but I see TONS of White guys and Asian ladies running around together and those White guys, for whatever reason are ALWAYS JEWISH!

I swear to Shiva (Obvious exaggeration here but you get my point).

In another study, Parrett and his team found that we’re even drawn to people who are the same age our opposite-sex parent was when we were born.

Using computer graphic faces, “we found that women born to ‘old’ parents (over 30) were less impressed by youth, and more attracted to age cues in male faces than women with ‘young’ parents (under 30),” Perrett wrote in the study.

Generally speaking, the better your school, the better your chance of getting dates.And according to psychologist David Perrett, trustworthy develops into “mateworthy.” So if you’re not already in a relationship with someone who looks like your opposite-sex parent, chances are very good that you will be soon.In a series of studies, Perrett and his colleagues discovered that when it comes to finding romantic partners, we’re most attracted to the features our opposite-sex parent had when we were born (unfortunately, there hasn’t been any research on gay couples and whether they’re attracted to features of the same-sex parent.)In one study, the researchers found that our romantic partners and opposite-sex parents are likely to share the same eye and hair color.Sherrell Duncan On October 1, 2016, Sherrell Woodward's life changed in five hours.Her then boyfriend, Alfred Duncan, 41, surprised her with a proposal and a wedding on the same day.

Generally speaking, the better your school, the better your chance of getting dates.And according to psychologist David Perrett, trustworthy develops into “mateworthy.” So if you’re not already in a relationship with someone who looks like your opposite-sex parent, chances are very good that you will be soon.In a series of studies, Perrett and his colleagues discovered that when it comes to finding romantic partners, we’re most attracted to the features our opposite-sex parent had when we were born (unfortunately, there hasn’t been any research on gay couples and whether they’re attracted to features of the same-sex parent.)In one study, the researchers found that our romantic partners and opposite-sex parents are likely to share the same eye and hair color.Sherrell Duncan On October 1, 2016, Sherrell Woodward's life changed in five hours.Her then boyfriend, Alfred Duncan, 41, surprised her with a proposal and a wedding on the same day.Of course, the topic of racial preference in relationships has been looked at before, famously by OKCupid as well as the New York Time’s Tierny Lab.