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Our Masculine-Feminine Misconceptions How many times have you said something and thought your significant other understood perfectly what you meant only to find that theyd interpreted your statement in a totally different way Men and women think differently Theres no doubt about it For instance How many times have you heard the term Your not listening to me or You just dont get it Well for me I hear this a lot I believe there are two man differences I think a big difference between men and women are relationships Men can easily establish a relationship with women and in most cases they can more easily break off this relationship In other words men just consider this relationship as a period of dating While Women on the other hand are very careful when they start to build a relationship with men and they do their best to keep this relationship going Women act as if no matter what if they are starting a relationship it is to get married Another thing I noticed in relationships is that men have a much stronger heart I am not saying that men love their spouse or date more but that men do not suffer as much in a break up or fight This might not apply to all men but that is what I have gathered from my 20 years of trying to understand women Another difference I have noticed is communications skills Generally men do not talk about their private life as much If you ask a man how their day was a most likely a response would be Pretty good If you ask a woman how their day was well I hope you have about an hour or so because the answer Pretty good may come at the end of that hour It also seems that men have a much shorter vocabulary span then women While we know this is not true its seems that
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