Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Women Worry More

Luke Ford writes:

Alison Armstrong, relationships expert, was on Dennis Prager’s radio show today.

Allison: “The amygdala is much more active in women than in men, and much bigger, it is the worry center of the brain. Women tend to think that what is happening now will happen forever.”

“We give up quicker. We think that if you are being mean to me today, you will be mean to me forever, instead of, ‘This too shall pass.’”

“Until a woman feels safe, she can’t be anything good. She can’t be kind, generous, loving, intimate, sexual. Everything that is fabulous about women is not possible until she feels safe.”


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