Females speak from more of an emotional perspective. This is partially due to brain chemistry but also social learning. There is a stereotypical idea of females within the general public that has made it easier for women to cry openly, sympathise, laugh etc. without feeling judged or vulnerable like their male counterpart might think in a similar situation. There is a stereotype that women get jealous quickly, and ex-girlfriends are often labelled as “crazy”. However, a study proved that men and women get jealous equally. Women can empathise more, and can feel what others can handle, and are highly caring and protective of their loved ones. Women can understand and read emotions better than men, but sometimes they are emotionally vulnerable. Most women if not all, have their dream world and wish them to be true one day. Women are more prone to an extreme mood swing. Women tend to think more of those who ignore them than those who always talk to them. When women are upset over something they like to share their problems with others, and if you patiently hear their question, then they feel better. Women communicate more with non-verbal gestures than verbal ones to loved things.
Men socialise by insulting each other, but they don’t mean it. Women socialise by complimenting each other, and they don’t say it either. Based on the total number of people tested since IQ tests were developed, females have a slightly higher average IQ than males. The maximum time women can keep secret is 47 hours and 15 minutes on average by reports. Females learn to talk and use sentences earlier and learn to read more rapidly than males. Males have a higher incidence of reading disabilities, stutter more, read with less speed and accuracy, and by the time they reach maturity to have a lesser vocabulary than females proved by the study. Females are more anxious and fearful than males.I’m A honey delight