Between men and women language is as opposite for

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Between men and women, language is as opposite for them as is the North and South Pole. I believe that language is different between men and women because they have differences in their brains. The female brain excels in verbal tasks whereas the male brain is better adapted to visual-spatial and mathematical tasks. Women like to talk; men prefer action to words” (Cameron). Specialists have revealed that there are essentially modifications and differentiations in the way women’s and men’s brains are arranged and in the way they respond to events and stimuli. There are differences in “human relationships, left brain vs. both hemispheres, mathematical abilities, reaction to stress, language, emotions, brain size, pain, spatial ability, and susceptibility to disorders” (Hensley). Personally, I believe women to mostly give off certain body languages and tone and sarcasm to men that lead to arguments and disputes. If men and women did not have differences in relationships with language, men and women would always get along and not have arguments at all. My point of view on language is that language is distinctly different in relationships. One of the biggest differences in relationships between men and women is the body language that they tend to give off. There are differences found in their behavior as well as differences in the purpose behind their behavior. Some of these differences are due to nature in each gender, but others are learned through experience. Women are generally more likely to
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