This can be a good metaphor for our dating habits in general.The person we look to for instant passion, an immediate spark or even a New Year’s kiss is not always the same person we would be happy sharing our lives with long-term.While we each seek out a specific set of qualities that is uniquely meaningful to us alone, there are certain psychological characteristics both you and your partner can aim for that make the flame not only stronger, more passionate and more fulfilling, but also far less likely to die out the moment the clock strikes midnight.Many of these qualities won’t be apparent to us when we first meet someone, but as we get to know the people we date, these are invaluable traits to both look for in them and to strive for in ourselves. Maturity This statement is not meant to echo the ever-advised mantra that maturity is important.
Humans favor artificial selection because we can breed plants and animals with more desirable traits.
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Sexual selection acts on an organism's ability to obtain (often by any means necessary! Selection makes many organisms go to extreme lengths for sex: peacocks (top left) maintain elaborate tails, elephant seals (top right) fight over territories, fruit flies perform dances, and some species deliver persuasive gifts.
After all, what female Mormon cricket (bottom right) could resist the gift of a juicy sperm-packet?