Push pull effect dating
These factors are considered to be diametrically opposed, on opposite ends of the spectrum, though they are often both used in tandem when a population or person is considering migrating to a new location.Any number of detrimental factors can be considered push factors, which essentially force a population or person from one country to seek refuge in another, better country.In each of these cases, a population will have more opportunity to pursue a better life compared to its home country.When the Great Famine of 1845 to 1852 wiped out large swaths of the Irish and English population due to the shortage of available foods, residents of the countries began seeking new homes that would provide enough pull factors in the form of food availability to justify relocation.
A promise of freedom from religious or political persecution, availability of career opportunities or cheap land, or abundance of food could be considered pull factors for migrating to a new country.
Our dad's were best friends and we were both born in '55.
We started going out in 7th grade, 8th grade he danced with Cindi Williamson at MY 14th birthday party right after he had kissed me that day in the hall at school, we started going out again 3 months later (9th grade), he ditched me at junior prom fro Cindi Williamson (only god knows what they did after that), we then started going out again 5 months later, he went to the University of Montana, I went to Berkeley for college, we started going out again after something happened after our 5 year high school reunion, we stayed together, he proposed in 1977, we got married 1978, 1979 had a son Jack, 1980 we had a son Paul, 1982 we had twin girls Abbey and Amy, 1985 we had twins Joey and Maddi (who died two months after they were born).
We like to be able to have lots of different girls, not be stuck with one.
Answer They like you but then get afraid of getting too involved? They can't decide if they want to seriously get involved with you or not? Answer No one and I mean NO ONE will ever explain men's thinking.