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Yes I agree that the issue is a little more complex than in presented here. Human beings-male and female, want to feel heard, accepted and valued. Many women do explore their feelings and reactions through talking about them. In giving issues light they are better able to find solutions to them. The math analogy is a brilliant way to describe this.
The problem comes when the same issue is addressed over and over with no implementation of a solution. There is a difference between legitimately working through problems and whining.
Composite cases that may provide ideas and inspiration.
Many parents should play a more active role than is conventionally believed.
Antidotes to being perceived as "deadwood."
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