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Do males and females "close the door" to the past with equal ease?


Is it an individual personality difference that makes one person put the past behind them easier than another or is it a gender-based difference? Is there no difference at all? If there is a difference and it is personality based, what type of personality can "move on" and what type of personality can't do that as easily? Is there an (a.) neurological explanation or a (b) sociological or (c) psychological explanation if there is indeed a difference in ability to "move forward"?

 

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