One thing which never seems to make much sense to me, is the fact that women tends to talk out their problems and what’s bugging them at work or at home to people that they choose to confide in whereas man tends to keep mum about their situations. We draw out the problems and the issues which has been bugging us on a picture board, and then get counsel on how to solve them so they get over it. I hardly sees men talk about their problems unless the issue has become too critical or painful to solve. Could it be their ego which is preventing them from reaching out? Or they very confident that they are able to solve their own problems no matter what? If you are a man reading this and think I am so very wrong…please fill in your thoughts on this under comments for this post. I’m interested in getting to the root of things 🙂
Are women more prone to dealing with midlife crisis better than men? Are they more optimistic when it comes to dealing with the loss of their career, family tragedy, divorce etc. Well I seems to think so…men has always had a more logical stance when it comes to deciding factor but it has always been the women who provides the inspirations, adding more flair and a unique touch in solving problems or handling a situation. Yes, we scream, we breakdown, we cried over over our situations but eventually we learned and get over it. We never repeat the same mistakes too…and we get stronger and wiser as the years gone by.