As you can see, the communication between a man and a woman is a vicious cycle. Almost every communication tactic men and women have involves the man being power-hungry, and the woman wanting an emotional connection. It is obvious that one simple topic could have endless possibilities of meaning, and one simple “head nod” or any other movement could reflect the way you are feeling. Men and woman may have an opposite view within communication, but, the two communications complete each other when added together.
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