Johnson in "We: Understanding the Psychology of Romantic Love" wherein damsels in distress seek to be saved by knights in shining armor, and/or "soulmates" believe that the apple of their eyes are the missing parts of them (cf. Such myths would constitute matrices of assumptions that we all agree upon regarding the etiquette of courtship.
In our post-post modern information age, all of these assumptions regarding gender roles have been cast aside.
I recently watched the politically scintillating first season of "The Newsroom" and was appalled to find that most of the (egregiously dysfunctional) romantic relationships portrayed on the show are between people who work closely together.There are two major theories of mate selectivity (how selective one is in choosing mates).The rational choice theory, derived from the work of Gary S.I am quite certain that America's equivalent to Shakespeare, Aaron Sorkin, is familiar with the phrase "Don't crap where you eat," so I am wondering if this is really a phenomenon in contemporary offices or if it is added for dramatic effect? There is probably no better tool to find a sugary sweet piece of arm-candy or eye-candy, but swiping left or right contingent upon someone's photoshopped headshot is probably as accurate prediction of compatibility as the SATs are to college performance.In either case, the couples and trebles involved appear to work better together than stand a snowball's chance in hell of growing old together. Similarly, as Cindy Gallop posits: "Google has ruined alot of first dates!