Do Female Relationships Shape Society?

A study of 1.95 billion cell phone calls and 489 million texts may reveal how people follow different relationship patterns in life. Female friendships are key to finding mates and supporting future generations. During a woman’s childbearing years, her best friend (number she dials most) is usually someone of the opposite sex. However, around age 50, the numbers most dialed were other women, usually a generation younger. The researchers interpret this as a mother-daughter relationship. The study concludes that biology shapes female behavior, and this affects men. The study does have skeptics. The patterns detected may be attributed to other factors like co-workers who communicate frequently, or older women who have lost a romantic partner.

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