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INTRODUCTION The differences in gender is the most significant biological difference within the human species Yet most of us know very little about how these differences affect work intimacy and conflict Starting at a very young age these differences begin to shape our play concepts of relationships productivity and in general the way we communicate with one another APPLY CONCEPTS I have noticed the differences between men and women in some of my relationships For example I may say to my husband I feel that it is unfair that you get to set back and watch TV while I clean house When you get a chance I think you need to help me Using words like think and feel do not register as well with the male gender as with females Men need facts and direct orders to clearly understand what is really being asked of them When I asked my husband to help me with the house in his eyes he never had a chance because the game on TV lasted several hours When I spoke more directly with a commanding voice rather than a polite request and gave a set time and he understood me and we did not have any misunderstandings ANALYZE The difference in the way the genders interact arises from the fact that men and women view the world differently The sexes have distinct viewpoints and attitudes towards life they think differently and therefore do not have the same ideas of what is essential A womans personality which includes our views and our thinking is reflected in our conversations The genders have different opinions about the purpose that a conversation should fulfill and they can be perceived differently by the two sexes The male conversational style is above all interpreted as aggressive and dominant from a female point of view From a male viewpoint - challenging each other makes conversation
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