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How do men and women communicate Well for starter men and women communicate in different ways Research includes that this difference had created a communications gap between both sexes For example women share their emotions especially when they are feeling sad or lonely as a way of communicating On the contrary men are sometimes insensitive to womens feelings As a means of communicating men give objective responses instead of some comfort that women expect of them A situation such as this often creates conflicts between men and women To resolve this matter three solutions are made The first one is to talk about something that interests both men and women The second is to establish a common style of communicating and the third is to talk about the problem itself Initially to talk about something that interests both sexes can help build a bridge in the communication gap For instance a wife comes home from work she always talks about her girlfriends or other things that bore her husband and then she complains that her husband is not listening to her Who is to blame Likewise her husband comes home from work he kisses his wife says hello and then talks about football and other sports Later he complains that his wife is not paying attention to him In this example the couple maybe talking to each other but they are not listening to one another On the other hand if the conversation interests both the husband and the wife then they are more likely to listen to each other and have a more meaningful conversation Some example to talk about is what kind of food they ate for lunch and might want to offer to take or show them where it is They both can even talk about their kids if they have any In addition establishing a common style of communicating is another way to fill up the communications gap between men and
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