If men are from Mars and women are from Venus, it may explain at least one of their shared beliefs: Men and women can't be real friends.Blame the sexual tension that almost inevitably exists between any red-blooded, heterosexual man and woman. "The belief that men and women can't be friends comes from another era in which women were at home and men were in the workplace, and the only way they could get together was for romance," explained Linda Sapadin, a psychologist in Valley Stream, New York.Point to the jealousy that plagues many rational people when a significant other befriends someone of the opposite sex. "Now they work together and share sports interests and socialize together." This cultural shift has encouraged psychologists, sociologists and communications experts to put forth a new message: Though it may be tricky, men and women can successfully become close friends.Boil it down to the inherent differences between the sexes. What's more, there are good reasons for them to do so.2014's ' Unfriended' is the best example I've seen of this subject so far.It has a lot of similarities to ' Friend Request', but remains a superior film.After her young son is killed in a tragic accident, a woman learns of a ritual which will bring him back to say goodbye, but when she disobeys a sacred warning, she upsets the balance between life and death.
I think she must have realised the impact that stare was having and decided that some explanation was required. The battle was won when he swept her into his arms in a final triumphant surrender.THERE they are on a poster currently on display alongside the escalators at London Underground stations - Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in one of their familiar routines. Not just because they would never have given their approval to a travel firm using their picture in this way, but simply because neither of them liked to be thought of as "partners".He is in his usual tailcoat, she looks stunning with her skirt swirling around her. In fact, the time has come to say that they didn't want to be a regular act at all.It was a fact underlined by Miss Rogers herself a few years later.We were having lunch - scrambled eggs for her - at London's Dorchester Hotel."It's going to be funny, it's going to be serious, it's going to be romantic, it's going to be heartbreaking," says Kreisberg.