who is more emotional: men or women?????
May 16, 2007 1:40pm CST
sometimes some men and women do something like which is considered quite opposite to their natural considered behaviour.like women are considered to be more soft hearted but sometimes some women do such henious crimes which is opposite to their aptitude.what do you think about such exceptional cases????????????
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• Delhi, India
5 Jun 07
You would have heard ther term 'ARDHNARISHWAR'. So every man has got some womenly qualities and every woman has got some manly qualities. Percentage may vary. As far as title of your discussion is considered I can say man as well as woman both are emotional...women show it often...while men tend to supress it. deepak
25 Jun 07
I think on the basis of being emotional, we women are more emotional. We do cry more often but sometimes these tears serve as our strength. W e were releasing the pain whenever we cry and it means "a moment of weakness where we gather our strength" Men cry less but look. Most people say women are emotionally stronger.
22 Jun 07
I don't think that this question has any fixed answer bcz we can find both men or women full of emotions and sentiments. We cann't declare that men are more emotional then women or vice versa. It all depends on situation and varies from person to person.
22 May 07
Wemen is more emotional than men .but now a days i can only wemenish men .a men is one who fights against the atrcites going agianst him and also in the society now a days all the men are looking after their own interest they ready suffer all the atrocities in the world for money.they are not men. in fact when i was a kid i had a lot of wemenish character like wemenish sound i used to cry when ever somebody look int o my eyes .but it doesnt mean that i am not a man iam a man.
17 May 07
I would think both men and women are equally emotional. The difference lies in most men do not show their emotions. However, there are men who subcumb to tears and women who remain strong and tearless. The same can be said of committing crimes. However, the law is harsher with men and tends to protect women though women who committed crimes are not spared.