Journal 8 - Journal 8 Though women and men have been found...

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Journal 8 Though women and men have been found to be strikingly similar in their love relationships, most people assume that women are far more attached to their romantic partner than men. The stereotypical woman is assumed to be looking for the one to marry, in every guy she shows an interest in, while men have very little emotional attachment and are only interested in sexual relations. The subject of breaking up also contains a very lopsided view of women and men. Most people think that females are ruined after a break up for months at a time, while guys immediately start looking for the next “piece of ass.” This has been proven false in many cases, in fact negative emotions are equally apparent in both sexes after break-ups. I was watching an older episode one of my favorite shows last night called Entourage. While the show is based around a movie star named Vince Chase, and doesn’t claim to be an example of realistic experiences of the average person, many of the relational aspects of the show are comparable to real life. After being educated on the
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course PSYCH 324 taught by Professor Hamann during the Fall '07 term at Washington State University .

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Journal 8 - Journal 8 Though women and men have been found...

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