Radio buttons were named after the physical buttons used in old car radios to change the stations — when one of the buttons was pressed, other buttons would pop out, leaving the pressed button the only button in the “pushed in” position. The software radio button was modeled after these physical radio buttons.
If you drink green tea without sugar 30 times, it will taste acrid and mouth-puckering the first 29 times, and on the 30th it will taste pretty good. This is true of everything … there is no activity or habit you can’t develop a taste for. So you may as well develop a taste for things (and people) that are good for you.