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Why are girls so stubborn?

  1. johnrapp profile image54
    johnrappposted 6 years ago

    Why are girls so stubborn?


  2. Dovay Lee profile image35
    Dovay Leeposted 6 years ago

    I do not think Being stubborn is girls' characters, everyone can be stubborn when they deal with something, and it is only others' opinion that they think girls are stubborn, in girls' mind,they do not think they are stubborn. Read this hub and I think you will understand women and girls better.http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Be-a-Happy-and-Helpful-Woman

  3. johnrapp profile image54
    johnrappposted 6 years ago


    Okay, let me rephrase that: Why are Some Girls so Stubborn? Or, What is it that leads up to making a girl Act So Darn Stubborn All The Time, No Matter What? What is the deal with that? I'm thinking about One Girl in Particular here, but I've seen other girls act Stubborn like this too. You see it a lot in pre-teenage girls, but it seems like a lot of them grow out of it. And then there's some who don't, apparently.

    I'll probably never get the answer I'm looking for here, and it's partially because of an unspecific question I suppose.

    But still.... What is it that makes Some Girls just Ridiculously Stubborn, or Overly Dominating, or "You're A Male So No Matter What You Say I'm Going To Do The Exact Opposite..."

    Really. Annoying.

    Dovay, I know you know what I'm talking about here. Of course not every girl is "so stubborn all the time," and even a regular pattern of stubbornness can probably be healthy sometimes in life, just to make sure you aren't being manipulated by someone else.

    But I'm talking about an absurd level of stubbornness that does nothing but drive everyone away from the girl. And I do mean EVERYONE.

    Anyway, whatever. I realize I'm probably just venting, and honestly this is the first time I've really used this website so I didn't even expect a response.. let alone this quickly.

    So what I really mean to say is... Thank You for your response, and that's a really cool HubPage you've got there.

  4. MickS profile image71
    MickSposted 6 years ago

    They are no more stubborn than boys, this question is sexist stereotyping.
    OK Johnrapp, I see you have rephrased the question, I never read the answers until I've entered mine so that I don't get swayed by what others have written before me.