Men and women are completely different creatures, and the differences can sometimes make it seem like each is from a different planet. Certainly, there are biological differences between the two that distinguish them, but there are also other things that can make them distinct groups. This isn’t to say that one group is better than the other, it just means that they think and do things differently. If someone is able to find ‘the different’ that complements them very well, you’ve got yourself a great couple! Read on below to find out some of the most interesting ways differences manifest in men and women.
1. Interpreting Feelings
Most of us already know that men and women look at and process feelings and emotions quite differently. When a women walks into a room full of people for example, she is able to take in the environment and pick up on verbal, visual and other kinds of cues about how people are
2. Remembering Information
Men and women have different ways of categorizing and dealing with all types of information. For a woman, her head is full of metaphorical cupboards which she uses to retain
3. Coping With Problems
Women are much more hands-on when they have to deal with problems, especially emotional problems. They talk openly to people they care about, such as a friend or a mother, to sort out any issues, and can even go ahead and talk to a stranger if they are feeling too overwhelmed. They also write in journals or try to put up posts on social media in an effort to get more help to solve any problem; they like to externalize it
Men and women hear differently; women are much better at picking up on high frequency sounds while men are much better at knowing the direction from where a sound might be coming from. The female brain is in fact “programmed” to hear their child cry, while men can sleep through any sort of noise through the night. This means a woman can hear a kitten meow, while a man can figure out where the cry is coming from.
Men have the ability to see what is in the distance clearly and directly, almost like they have tunnel vision. This could come from the need to find and hunt prey in the past and they needed to see what is directly in their vision. Women, on the other hand, have excellent peripheral vision, and this could be developed from the need to always keep a look out for danger and keep an eye on her children.