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Self awareness can help people navigate rocky seas of relationships
Date:10/31/2010

  • People with playful flirting styles often flirt with little interest in a long-term romance. However, they find flirting fun and enhancing to their self-esteem. They are less likely to have important and meaningful relationships.

    Hall said that for the most part, there was little difference between genders within each flirting style.

    The research results likely will be used by future researchers who study courtship behaviors, Hall said. But he added that such information has overall value to society.

    "In some ways, the very early part of developing relationships is important to the success of long-term relationships, including marriages," he said.


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  • Contact: Jill Jess
    jilljess@ku.edu
    785-864-8855
    University of Kansas
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