What is the reason why women are emotionally strong than man?
Because man is created by woman and mother is the supreme relationship as even GOD came into being on earth by taking birth. Mother's love is unmatched.
False. Women and men are equals in showing their emotions these days, and women, by contrast, can also be incredible dickbags who walk all over men with gleeful delight. In other words, we're all bastard-covered bastards with bastard filling.
Counter question - Are they? Is it a presumption, or is it based in fact? I am not taking sides. Just would like to explore the realities a little further, and see what others think.
this question jonny is based on facts. As i observed more man are committing suicides than woman.
Actually, women make 3 times more suicide attempts than men. Men are far more successful because they use violent means, which work better (guns, jumping from high places, etc) while women use sleeping pills or slit their wrists, which don't work.
I find a weird disconnect here. In your model I am more woman than my wife. Maybe true, but it points out the absurdness of your question. I am not gay but I am the feminine side to our relationship.
i am stronger yet I am the male. This is true time and time again.
You need to get closer and understand more deeply. But I assume you are in your twenties, single and without children. Think harder.
If they are, perhaps it's because women, from an early age, are encouraged and allowed to deal with their emotions in an open and cathartic way. By contrast, males are expected to "hold things in" and deal with them internally.
Also women tend to develop stronger and more intimate social networks, giving them support and allowing them to frequently offload and express personal feelings.
I really don't know but my guess is that by nature we have to give birth and naturally we already are designed to have emotions. Love, understanding, patience, and the list goes on.
Well, I'd say that depends heavily on the women and men in question. On a western cultural level, women are taught from a young age that it's their role to be the caregiver and emotional supportive one in all relationships. They're taught to tolerate mental, emotional, and in some cases, physical abuse.
Thankfully, that mode of thought has been changing over the past several decades. More men are learning that it's ok to be emotional when they need to be, and that support needs to go both ways. More women are also learning that it's NOT ok to put up with abuse of any kind.
This could be much different in different cultures around the world, too.
There are of course some differences between men and women so far as controlling emotion is concerned. Women have an excess rate of depression, stress and the reasons of anxiety than men. A majority of women is found to be socially very active as they believe in making more social contacts rather than men. While women do not openly discuss their emotions with the people they even believe to be closed to them, men express their emotions when they are closed to someone without any much effort. My personal view is that women are emotionally stronger than men as they have a God gifted nature of hiding the pain and stress before anyone as compared to men.
I think there is (or can be) a natural synergy between males and females, each complementing and in some ways compensating the others strengths and weaknesses. Although I speak generally --there are always exceptions-- we are (or can be) made more complete through the relationships we have with the opposite sex; gaining strength in areas that alone we would likely not. I think many men suffer from emotional deficit today due to a failure to develop healthy committed relationships with the women in their lives. Woman don't necessarily gain emotional strength via their relationship with men, therefore relationship development failure affects them less in this area than men.
Further, I think that men establish a foundation for their future emotional stability in a healthy relationship with their father (or some form of father figure). When this relationship is absent or diminished, it will rob the future man of emotional maturity. Many men in modern society suffer from absent or poor relationship with their father figures.
That is the general saying or prospective but I doubt its 100%. I think it depends on the individual.
Ronilo, it's because we women are made of iron or steel, we can handle anything. No, not really, not always. I think women tend to share their problems to others and they get help or support from others while men sometimes tend to bottle it themselves. Then they get stressed.
Women are stronger than men emotionally in many cases women know how to handle and cope with drastic situations. Women live longer than men so they cope better with many ailments and their daily lifestyles
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