Why are women so complicated to understand?

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  1. bernard.sinai profile image81
    bernard.sinaiposted 6 years ago

    Why are women so complicated to understand?

    I just don't understand the wife. She seems very moody this few past days and has been making a big deal of many small issues. What is wrong?

  2. Cristale profile image86
    Cristaleposted 6 years ago

    You should check out my hubs I just published about this topic.

    Women are not complicated, she is just needing some thing that you are not giving her. Listening is a great way to start

    1. bernard.sinai profile image81
      bernard.sinaiposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks. I read a couple of your hubs and it was interesting.

  3. honeybee2u profile image59
    honeybee2uposted 6 years ago

    Women are easy to understand once you know God's original intent and purpose of creating both man and woman.  Men are logical thinkers while women are emotional feelers.  She is moody because you are not giving her what you are suppose to give  her.  She will not tell you exactly that, but her moodiness is a warning signal indicating that she needs your affection, appreciation and love.

    1. bernard.sinai profile image81
      bernard.sinaiposted 6 years agoin reply to this


  4. Rosana Modugno profile image82
    Rosana Modugnoposted 6 years ago

    I don't think we are complicated at all.  We are actually quite easy but of course that depends on the capability of the man we are dealing with.

    In a brief way, let me explain something to you;  What is small to you, is huge to us.  That means, anything you find not important is something we want to talk about.  We need to be heard and listened to, not ignored.  We need to know that you "get it" when we are upset about something and yes, when we say, "It's nothing", it's always something.

    What's wrong is that you are asking "what's wrong"/  It means you don't know.  Why don't you know?  Because you have not taken the time to ask her, Bernard.

    Sit down with your wife and ask her, "what's wrong?"  She will most likely reply, "nothing."  That's when you make it a point to focus all your attention on her and keep asking until you get an answer.  Tip:  Be patient.  It may take hours. lol  But find a way to ask the same question different ways.  "I love you, help me understand what's troubling you.  Help me.  I don't understand."
    Another tip:  Women are natural nurturers.  We LOVE to help you.  But you have to ask us.

    Hope that helps.  Oh, and please don't ever say, "Is it that time of the month?"  We hate that, really.

    1. bernard.sinai profile image81
      bernard.sinaiposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you Rosana. I actually did that, I asked her what was wrong and she gave me the exact answer you said. However, after a while (I think it was 3 days) then she opened up and told me her problems.

      I now understand her better. :-)

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