Yes,I think usually a woman will want to talk about it but a man will Just clam up and not say anything, but you can tell he is angry. , If he would talk about it most issues could be settled a lot quicker . Pouting does not help to get anything settled.!
Hmm... it seems to be the same for my wife and I when we are angry. Both of us will react in the same way by keeping quiet and ignoring the other party until we are cool down to communicate.
I think so. Some men can be very upfront or even violent with one another, then go out for a beer and make nice. Women often ostracize or gossip but many just can't ever seem to get around to making nice or at least being cordial when necessary.
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