Did God Make Women To Challenge Men

Why God made women to challenge men

Did God Make Women To Challenge Men

Did God make women to challenge men …  Really?

In this post I want too tell you just why God made women to challenge men.

 

At the end of my one newspaper article for the biggest weekend newspaper in South Africa, The Saturday Star I made this statement, and it created all sorts of comments. And now I am exploring it it some more; explore what?

What is the battle of the sexes about? Are men and women really that opposite?

 

Maybe you are asking the question many men ask: “How do you read women? What does it mean when she smiles at me exactly?” The battle of the sexes has been researched by many in order to make meaning of just how different men and men and women really are.

Physical Differences

According to the biggest study conducted of its kind by the Tel Aviv University in 2015, they have suggested that six in every 100 people’s brains scanned were labelled as consistently leaning towards a single sex. Most people have unique combinations of male and female features.

 

Personality and Social Differences

When compared to personality traits and the behaviours of 5500 people, it was found that 98% of those studied, fit into a clear cut gender profile. This means we are different according our personality rather than our biology. If our brains are not so different, why do relationships appear to be such a challenge? And just where does this leave us? And then there is more research…

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