Smiling women and serious men are sexier
According to a Canadian study published in the American Psychological Association's Emotion journal, women find that happy men are less sexually attractive than those who seem thoughtful, or make it appear that erred and are aware of the fact. Among men, the relationship is the opposite: they are more sexually attracted to women who give more smiles.
The researchers gathered groups of men and women and showed them pictures of people of the opposite sex. At the end of the study, it was noticed that the men who smiled in the pictures were considered unattractive by the women, while for men the smile was by far the most compelling factor.
Researchers admit not knowing why men and women react differently to smile. However, they believe that in a man, an open smile may make him look feminine or very desperate for sex.
They also point out that they have analyzed only the initial reactions of sexual attractiveness. Therefore, they do not recommend under any circumstances that men adopt a policy of not smiling in long-term relationships.
Differences between men and women cause fights between couples
According to psychologist Marina Vasconcellos, from São Paulo, understanding and respecting the differences between males and females can be the key to improving the relationship between couples and avoiding conflict.
Check out some examples:
"Never" and "always" are words that women usually use in their discussions that the man does not receive with good ears, because they interpret them to the letter and they feel offended. How about changing them by "hardly" or "rarely", "often" or "often"? 2)
Women surround to approach a delicate subject, circling the problem and flourishing with details or things not so until they get to the heart of the matter. These ridicules irritate men, who are objective and want to solve everything in the simplest and most direct way possible. 3)
Men find it difficult to hear when the woman comes to tell something that is distressing or worrying her. They want to find a solution, solve the problem, find a way out, when they need only an ear, a shoulder to cry on, someone to share their anguish, and simply be on the side, even if it's to say nothing. 4)
Another difficulty for men is to hear a request from their wife to modify something in their way of acting, as that is bothering her. This request is heard as a destructive critique of him as a whole, provoking great discussions that would be totally unnecessary if he only listened to what is being said, without generalizing to him. The same process can be noticed in women, who hardly see a critique constructively. 5)
Women were not born with the very developed spatial direction. When they consult a street guide, for example, this is being turned in their hands according to the way to be followed, which is no longer the case with men. Incidentally, they both do not like hunches when they're driving. The story of the "I would go here" does not usually have happy endings, it is better to let the driver err and correct later than hunching while the other driver. This is a very common feud between couples, who has incredible power to spoil the program that would come later. "9 These examples are gender issues that provoke unnecessary fights between couples, all of which could be avoided if people have a minimum knowledge of the way each sex works, it's just a few touches so that their marital harmony is not undone by small things that when added together can turn huge snowballs! "
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