Male Female Psychological Differences

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Male-Female Psychological Differences

No one would argue the fact that men and women are physically different. The physical differences are rather obvious and most of these can be seen and measured easily. Men, who are essentially built for physical confrontation and the use of force, usually have greater upper body strength, build muscle easily, have thicker skin, and mostly use the left side of their brain. Women on the other hand, have a higher percentage of body fat, and a wider pelvis. Women also have four times as many brain cells connecting the right and left side of their brain. This provides physical evidence that supports the observation that men rely easily and more heavily on their left brain to solve one problem one step at
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Men and women, although very familiar in the physical aspect are vastly different in the psychological aspect of the average human mind and body. Evolution has led most women to be empathetic, very emotionally expressive in non-violent ways, being more apt to talk and think thoughts and emotions through before acting on them. While men, on the other hand, are seen as the strong, emotionally stable, and providing sex. Even though, generally, they act on the urges their emotions send to the brain and react in more physical ways. Men are the more physical gender, while women are the more emotional and social gender, with exceptions, of course.


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