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Behavioral science applied in relationships

Behavioral science applied in relationships

Behavioral science is the method through which decisions are understood and applied in real-life situations. Relationships are the result of our own decisions made towards a partner.

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6 ways behavioral science tips help you make better decisions
  • Pose with a less attractive decoy.
  • Stop talking to your ex.
  • Limit your options.
  • Mind your mindset.
  • Give people a chance.
  • End on a high note.

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