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Do you think there is a correlation between age and wanting to solve someone else's problem?


It's often pointed out that men tend to try to solve a problem when women attempt to share a dilemma they are currently experiencing. Many times, she just wants to express her feelings and is not necessarily seeking advice. Sometimes she already has and idea of how she will proceed beforehand. I have observed over the years that it may not only be a male verses female thing but possibly a generational thing as well. Of course personality traits also must be taken into account, but what are your thoughts?

 

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MizBejabbers says

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    Shannon (shanmarie) 3 weeks ago

    Interesting point of view, MizB. Any thoughts on how it might apply beyond family? Just curious.

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    Shannon (shanmarie) 3 weeks ago

    Not sure you answered the question, Manatita,but you definitely offer much to think about with that answer. Thanks. :)


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    Shannon (shanmarie) 3 weeks ago

    LOL. Sorry, but that amuses me. So are you saying it's just a male b.s. female thing?

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    Shannon (shanmarie) 3 weeks ago

    Eric, not quite what I was asking,but I appreciate what you're saying. Sometimes the wise thing is to not say mich at all. ;)

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