Men And Women: Not Exactly From Mars Or Venus (February 1997)
Are men and women different? Of course they are. Are they the same? Of course they are.
The important questions to ask about are how are they the same and how are they different?
Some popular myths about differences need debunking. Thes
What The Battle Of The Sexes Is All About (August 1999)
This article examines how women want more intimacy in a relationship while men want autonomy. This sets up a classic "demand/withdraw" pattern in marriage. The article gives biological, sociological and power differential explanations for the phenomenon and how desire for change plays out in gender relationships.
Who Pays Attention In Relationships (February 2001)
This article describes the amount of attention of detail necessary to have a successful courtship and marriage. Generally women are more attentive than men in learning about their partner's needs background. This article shows the positive impact on relationships when both parties agressively learn about each other's lives.
Eight Reasons Why Women Make Courtship Mistakes (September 1996)
Many women, who otherwise have good judgment, get involved in relationships that turn
out to be destructive and wrong. Despite their wariness, history keeps repeating itself.
Unfortunately, as together as these women may be in other aspects of t
Farming Is Something You Do Together (March 2008)
This article highlights the contrast in experiences for women in agriculture when they are regarded as true partners and included in family farming as opposed to women who feel they second or third rate when it comes to their husbands priorities.
He Says, She Says: But Do They Understand (March 1997)
What do women want? Men can't figure that out. What do men want? Women understand but
would like some changes. One main source of confusion is in the different styles men and
women use in conversation.
Social psychologist Carol Tavris,
Woman And Farming: A Blessing Or A Curse? (June 2001)
This article describes how family farming, if done right, can be a satsifying lifestyle for a woman. Also family farming has the potential for causing great unhappiness and stress. The pro's and con's of family farming as they affect women are pointed out.
How Dual Employment Affects Marriage (November 2001)
This article summarizes the research on how women have benefited from employment. The overall impact of employment is generally positive though the attitude of husbands plays a role.