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It’s well known that biological evolution plays a big part in how men and women react and relate with each other today. In fact, if you want your relationship to be a success, there are worse things you can do than take lessons from how we behaved 5,000 years ago. By adapting how we behaved then, to how we should behave now, you can make a real difference to your chances of long-term success in the mating game. Here, for example, are five tips for men*, based on the behaviour of their ancestors.
You may have suspected that physical contact plays a big part in human relationships, but – according to recent research by a Swedish team – it seems to play a bigger part than most of us thought. As it turns out, touch is so important that it can make us take a more favourable view of someone who has touched us even slightly – even if we don’t remember the incident. In fact, the research shows that touching is such a powerful influence that even watching someone being touched can cause the same reaction as if we were touched ourselves.