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|Tue, 09-23-2003 - 10:44pm|
Since this attitude seems to be a *tendency* among men, I am curious about the rationale behind it, and at what point do they begin to realize it in making that decision.
Is it due to how men are emotionally-wired, differently from women? Assuming that's true for the sake of discussion, are there specific circumstances that you can think of to prompt the attitude (in << >>) above?
I remember one of the posters who mentioned in the past that women have a "higher emotional quota" than men. This observation would be consistent with women "trying" to make something work even if it seems obvious to others that the object of their affection/efforts are futile.
I am sure there are exceptions but these are *general* characterizations (about men and women), where your feedback would be interesting to know.