The idea of playing hard to get is not new to the dating scene, however. Kirby Goldin, a clinical psychologist who is currently completing her postdoctoral fellowship at New York University, recently studied the phenomenon of playing hard to get and found out that it has ancient roots.
“The earliest instance we have of playing hard to get is documented as early as the 4th century BC when Socrates advised a woman that in order to attract more suitors, she had to be welcoming but also know when to withhold her affections,” explained Goldin.
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