How do you know when you are not being loved well? Irritability, hopelessness, stomach problems, or even deep anger may result. Tiny infants will die if they are not being emotionally and physically cared for.
Research reveals that most married couples disagree in common areas. We argue about when and how often to have sex. We struggle over bulging calendars. We have different parenting styles and wrestle to parent in the style we prefer. Most couples argue about money and differ in the way they choose to spend it. (i.e. sporting events, the children, hobbies, travel)
As a wife, I am very aware of how different my husband is from me. I wake up and make lists. He stumbles into the shower. I make quick decisions. He likes to take his time. He folds his dirty clothes…..I don’t!
I don’t think that any of us would set out to be a bad woman. Of course we want to be good. We want to be attractive smart and to make a contribution to the world in which we live. But how are we going to know if we’ve actually achieving goodness?
I never knew that women’s brains have 10 times more white matter that men do. Did you? Whereas men think with their grey matter, theirs is 6.5 times larger than ours.