Generally speaking why are women so angry? (my husband asked me this. What do yo

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  1. Kimmie Kingsley profile image61
    Kimmie Kingsleyposted 7 years ago

    Generally speaking why are women so angry?
    (my husband asked me this. What do you all think?

  2. ii3rittles profile image78
    ii3rittlesposted 7 years ago

    Not all women are angry. Your husband's assumptions are off. Women are far more emotional then men and men often mistake hurt feelings, sorrow, low self-esteem, ect. for anger. I get frustrated a lot, but angry... not to often.

  3. nycgrl profile image67
    nycgrlposted 7 years ago

    I agree with ii3rittles, we women are emotional creatures and sometimes our emotions get the best of us. Its also much harder being female than male. Sorry but men do not seem to have to go through even half the hardships we do so sometimes can you blame us for being angry? The world even in 2011 is still trying to knock us down and honestly it's only gotten tougher to be a women not easier so yea sometimes all of that coupled with menstruation, menopause, child birthing & raising, etc can make me angry! lol

  4. woodamarc profile image69
    woodamarcposted 7 years ago

    I believe women are actually more intelligent than men and they know it.  However, if women want relationships with men, they have to allow the man to be a man... This makes them angry.

  5. EricaJohnson08 profile image59
    EricaJohnson08posted 7 years ago

    Hi Kimmie,

    Some women are angry because they are walking around holding on to past heartaches and pains, unforgiveness towards themselves and others, and don't know how to get over being angry.

    Also for some women being angry is all they know. They don't know how to be at peace or just be happy. They feel comfortable being angry.

    I hope this answered your question.

    -Erica Johnson
    The Mr. Right Attraction Mentor

  6. bingogunter profile image60
    bingogunterposted 7 years ago

    Kimmie, I think it's probably because men ask us questions like that.  It's hard not to go instantly on the defensive in that situation, which just proves the point.


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