Brain, sex and money, how are men different from women?
Society and lifestyle
Men can idealize money as a win-and-lose system, while women see money as an end to a certain lifestyle.Updated on January 15, 2021, Seytoo
We keep talking about the differences between men and women despite the fact that some feminists continue to call for equality between the two sexes. Understanding and accepting these differences can help each of us prevent conflict situations and maintain a harmonious relationship with the opposite sex.
A woman's brain and a man's brain work differently. The male brain will use a particular part of one hemisphere or the other to accomplish tasks; women they can engage different parts of the two hemispheres to complete an activity. Women have a larger limbic system than men. This gives them better emotional expressiveness and a sense of smell. At the same time, it leaves them more prone to depression and suicide attempts, for example. Yet, because they are more often less connected to others and are generally more violent, suicidal men kill themselves more. We can cite the example of the hundreds of immolations that our country has experienced in the past.
Male brains are prone to “systematize” and determine how things work. Women, on the other hand, have brains more likely to "sympathize," or decipher the thoughts and feelings of others and respond with adequate emotionality.
In males, the part of the brain responsible for mating behaviour is twice as large as in females. This area called pre-optic area of the hypothalamus, is connected to the pituitary gland, which secretes sex hormones. This helps explain why men seem to have much more sex drive than women and also why men think about sex every minute, while women might go a day or two without thinking about it. Women tend to express their emotions more than they think about sex.
Men are more inclined to invest than women. Women are less confident when it comes to taking financial risks than men. Men can idealize money as a win-and-lose system, while women see money as an end to a certain lifestyle.