Today I will give you some information about gender and different communication styles. Feel free to write a comment about it.
Gender-specific communication differences are often a rich source of conflict in romantic relationships. Women communicate to maintain relationships while men communicate primarily to transmit information or in order to obtain information and then use it to display intellectual prowess.
A woman, who talks to a man about everyday occurrences that he deems trivial, is less interested in the actual exchange of information and more interested in how this exchange of information can help intensify the relationship. When the man misunderstands the woman’s intentions and consequently will not participate in a conversation that he find useless, he hurts her feelings and damages the relationship.
Women often ask men questions in order to express their interest in the man and simultaneously keep the conversation going. Women have a stronger relationship orientation and this is evidenced by their willingness to ask more personal questions than men. Continue reading “Gender Differences as a Source of Communication Problems”
Farewells belong to every life. There is no man who, in the course of his life, does not lose another person through death or separation. We have in these moments the feeling that our heart is broken. It takes time to heal it.
Sometimes, however, people cannot let go of the partner. They wait for him/her to come back. They often think of these people every day for many years and suffer from it. Often this is a consequences of a toxic relationship.
Unhealthy separations can make you sick.
Toxic relationships not only make the soul sick, they attack our physical health and are the catalyst for many, sometimes also serious diseases whose real cause is initially in the dark.
Continue reading “To overcome the feeling of a broken heart and heal yourself”
The Physical Stress Response During the initial waves of a stress attack, the adrenal medulla produces and releases the hormones adrenaline and noradrenaline. These hormones increase blood sugar levels, rapidly supply the brain and muscles with energy, accelerate the heartbeat, increase blood pressure – basically, your entire body enters a state of defensive readiness. During these initial waves of stress, the body may also experience a rise in libido. This often results in headaches for men. In order to calm the body from this first wave of stress, the hormone cortisol is released. Cortisol helps calm your nerves and prevents inflammation.
Chronic stress, however, means too much cortisol in the blood and this can have devastating consequences for your health. Imagine, for a moment, a room on fire. You call the fire department, they rush to the scene and extinguish the fire with tons of water. The fire is put out, but the water has destroyed everything in the room. Continue reading “Stress and Eating Habits”
I assume that you know the difference between healthy and unhealthy food. I always recommend my clients to eat colorfully, with a lot of variation, and smaller amounts of meat, meat products and store-bought juices. It’s the amount you eat that matters, so eat moderately. These are very basic healthy eating instructions. Continue reading “Healthy Food”