"One reason higher-self-worth individuals might be more likely than lower-self-worth individuals to pursue highly desirable partners is because they are more optimistic about a successful outcome. Lower-self-worth participants were not especially optimistic about their chances of success with the low-desirability targets (perhaps they felt apathetic about being successful), but their greater willingness to contact them might reflect the fact that they recognize, somewhat begrudgingly, that low-desirability targets are closer to being ‘in their league.’"The second part of the study tested patterns in actual dating behaviour. Researchers went to an online dating site and selected photos from 60 random males and 60 random females who they called 'initiators' and they had a look at the photos of the people to whom these initiators had reached out -- called 'targets.' The researchers found that initiators tended to contact targets who were more attractive. This is a little counter to the first part of the study but these attempts didn't necessarily result in a response from the target. It was found that responses were more likely when a less attractive initiator went after a less attractive target and a more attractive initiator went after an equally attractive target. If you play within the confines of your league, you're more likely to get a response. So, it appears the study has found what many of us already know to be true: stay in your league to find love. But I say break the rules a little. Aim higher. Worst case scenario, you get rejected. I like the results of the first part of the study about self worth. If you believe you're attractive and of value, you are automatically more interesting to a potential mate. Confidence is a beautiful thing. Try that on first, then swing for the fences. What's the worst that can happen? Besides, 'attractiveness' is more or less arbitrary anyway... What do you think? Are you likely to date out of your league? Is it actually possible? h/t: Elite Daily Follow us on Instagram here: https://instagram.com/p/4rBsV7gHWa/?taken-by=bodyrockofficial/embed (Get the full workout here) [caption id="attachment_98129" align="alignnone" width="100"] @BodyRockTV[/caption]
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