All mothers know that boys and girls are different. Then, how exactly are boys and girls different except for physical differences?
Males and females have different operations of mind, so boys and girls also have different operations of mind. Different operations of mind are manifested as
different operations of psychology. There are three components of psychology. They are perception, which operates when external information flows in,
memory, which operates when information that flowed in are stored in memory, and expression, which operates when one's emotions are expressed outwardly.
Thus, boys and girls manifest the operation of mind differently in perception, memory, and expression.
In the operation of mind, boys are designed to remove stress and pursue positive moods as all males do. Girls, as all females do, are designed to accommodate
stress and store it in their memory as wounds to be able to treat wounds in later time pursuing positive feelings.
Therefore, boys will do anything to remove stress immediately and try to pursue positive moods right away. They will employ different speech and actions to
remove stress and not remember it.
On the other hand, girls accommodate stress and store it as wounds in memory. Later, they try to treat wounds by understanding what exactly happened. They
will keep asking and talking about them until they can fully understand them. Girls will keep untreated wounds in their memory until they are properly treated
no matter how long it takes.
We must understand that boys' and girls' mind and psychology operate completely differently. Without understanding the difference in their mind and
psychology, it is hard to analyze or diagnose children's psychological conditions let alone treatment.
Mothers are recommended to accurately understand the difference in mind and psychology between boys and girls in order to adopt proper parenting strategies
and adequately help and guide children to maintain healthy psychological conditions.
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