Scientific Reasons Why Women Are So Emotional


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If you’ve ever been annoyed by how emotional women can be, you’re not alone. But you will never escape our moodiness and here’s why.

I’ll be the first to admit women are ridiculously emotional. Countless times, I have completely broken down. Sobbing about something not worth my time to worry about!

Any sad movie in existence has brought me to tears, because I can’t get a grip on my emotions. And this isn’t just me. Tons of women get emotional about things that seem like they’re not even important.

Why are women so emotional – And why all men should give emotional women a break

I used to date somebody *note the used to* who would actually get annoyed when I got emotional about stuff. He would sit there and roll his eyes as tears were streaming from mine.

Guys, you need to cut women some slack here. We can’t actually help that we’re so emotional. Holding back our emotions can often lead to an even bigger freak-out when we do finally let it all out. There are scientific reasons behind our emotions. We have no control over how we react to certain things.

We can all blame biology for women being so emotional

As I mentioned, there are many reasons for why women are so emotional and many of them aren’t in our control. Some of them may have been caused by the way our parents raised us and others can be helped with therapy, but some can never be changed.

I like that women are so emotional. While our teary-eyed outbursts may annoy men, I think it makes us more human. Science says women show their emotions more than men, and these are the reasons we can’t seem to hold back our emotions.

#1 We were raised to be.

I was raised in a big family with a lot of siblings. I can tell you I’m a very emotional person. I was raised to always think about other people no matter what you do, because my actions affect other people.

This led me to be a lot more empathetic because I was raised to think of others which definitely makes me more emotional. However, if a woman was raised in a family valuing their own progression and self-success, she might not be as emotional.

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Source Bella Pope (LovePanky)