7 Ways Men Think Differently than Women ...

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We know that men are vastly different than us, but did you know that there are ways men think differently than women? Their minds actually work in a much different pattern than ours do. Learning about this is helpful because it really sheds light on the differences that you have and why some of your interactions are so perplexing. Knowing the ways men think differently than women can be very helpful to you.

1. They Think Single, We Think Multiple

One of the ways men think differently than women do is that they tend to think about only one thing at a time. I don’t know about you, but my mind goes in many different ways all of the time. I can think of many, many different things at a time. Because men focus so intently on just one thing, they tend to be very β€˜in the zone’ when they get into something and this is why. This helps me to understand a little more about my guy, what about you?

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Harmonie
I definitely fit into the "woman-thinking" category. I am very emotional and have a hard time being analytical. I used to think that was a problem, but it's just how I am made!
Macy
This a pretty sexist and dated way of thinking. All humans have the ability to think "like a man" or a woman. Your thinking pattern isn't determined by your sex as much as it is determined by how you're taught to think.
Hanna
@Kiana same here!!
Joelle Larsen Aittama
Even though I'm female. According to this I think like a man. So not sure this is an accurate evaluation of the sexes.
Jess
I'm definitely a man then
Silv Potts
After reading this I'm convinced my bf & I hav swopd gender! Lol
Ashley
For the most part it seems pretty correct. I mean it is true that women use both sides of their brain which allows them to think in the multiple dimensions while men can only think in one dimension w...
Kiana
One thing I have noticed is most women I know worry way more than the men I know. Of course everyone is different though.
Esther
#5 girl power ;)
Lil Lou Lou
@Edenlea I thinks more complicated than complex.
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