Men and women talk styles different?
Ever tried eavesdropping on groups of males and females talking? It seems that past experiences naturally shape different communication patterns. It’s like boys and girls are raised in totally different worlds… oh yeah… Mars and Venus.
Women talk, talk and talk some more? For centuries, we have been accused of this… talking more than men. There is even a creation joke about it.
"The Lord created a girl.Two beautiful legs, so long and so slender,Round, slim, and firm, and ever so tender.Two lovely hips to increase his desire, And rounded and firm to bring out the fire.Two lovely breasts, so full and so proud...two loving hands, to soothe and caress you.Soft, cascading hair hung down over her shoulder, And two dreamy eyes, just to make him grow bolder. Twas made for a man, just to make his heart sing.........Then he added a mouth, and ruined the whole damn thing!"
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So how true is this?
According to studies at Harvard University, girls learn to talk earlier than boys. This makes their articulation better… acquiring an extended vocabulary at an early age. To add some spice to all this, apparently this talk talk talk business starts very early… infant girls move their lips more while in the hospital nursery. :lol:
Little girls (21/2 to 4 years) talk to themselves when playing with dolls … and hundred percent of the time, they made recognizable words. As for the boys, 40% of the words are exclamations… “Wow!᾿ “Yaaaah᾿ and sound effects like “Zooom!᾿
When it comes to relationships, couples also talk on different wavelengths. It’s like they are traveling on different roads hence coming up with totally different conclusions. He goes on about business, sports and cars and she rattles on about her friends and relationships.
Women tend to look for sympathy and support… the “Emotional Channel᾿. Men on the other hand may not understand this and tend to give logical advice… the “Logical Channel᾿.
So since men and women operate on different channels where marriage and relationships are concerned what does it take to have us all viewing the same channel? or perhaps we should try spending time watching their channel for a while so we can understand them better?
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