Why is it hard for guys to understand girls?

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  1. samurai4ever profile image58
    samurai4everposted 8 years ago

    Why is it hard for guys to understand girls?

    And do you have any tips to tackle a girl that somehow avoiding you for no reason whatsoever?

  2. Nick B profile image78
    Nick Bposted 8 years ago

    In my opinion, just because we belong to the same group - i.e., humans, we're not the same.

    Women and men often view the same things very differently, have different objectives and place different values on things. Women may also prioritise things differently to men and whilst men have one way of doing things,  women sometimes do them differently or not at all or vice versa.

    In addition, women are often much more emotional than men, yet can also be more pragmatic. We are essentially both sides of the same coin.

    It's not surprising therefore, that men have difficulty understanding them, but I am talking generalities here.

  3. Parentinghelp profile image36
    Parentinghelpposted 8 years ago

    Because men are from Mars and women are from Venus. Why should you bother about that girl? Move on and find someone that have interest in you.

  4. outdoorsguy profile image56
    outdoorsguyposted 8 years ago

    to be honest I dont even try to understand women any more. LOL
    as far as a woman who is avoiding you for no reason. 

    she has a reason.   it could be she wants to see how long youll chase.  in which case Id say back off and see what happens.   

    or she has no interest in you in which case you should move on instead of wasting your time. 

    good luck either way

  5. samurai4ever profile image58
    samurai4everposted 8 years ago

    @outdoorsguy hahahaha. Move on? Somehow I just can't take my mind off her. To be exact: I always, almost every hour, think of her. And when I think back, both of us are doing the same thing. It's like... we're both avoiding each other.

    And when I want to talk to her, somehow, I automagically talked to her friends instead of her. Damn...

 
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