The field of Feminine Psychology is an ever-evolving science that strives to understand the unique experiences of women through a variety of studies and observations.
Women possess an emotional self-regulation capacity that differs from men, including an enhanced ability to manage emotions like fear and distress and exhibit more positive emotional reactions.
Compared to men, women are more likely to maintain close friendships and obtain emotional support from them.
Women tend to experience affirmation and a sense of worth to a greater degree than men.
Women are more likely than men to exhibit feelings of guilt and regret over their actions.
Women have been observed to display higher levels of empathy and altruism than men.
Women are more likely than men to suffer from neuroticism and physical symptoms of psychological distress such as tension headaches and fatigue.
Women have been found to have a heightened awareness of their bodies and the role of body image in their sense of self.
Women rely heavily on verbal communication when expressing their thoughts and feelings.
For women, the pursuit of life's purpose is more important than the pursuit of success, which men value.
Women have been observed to be more optimistic and feel more in control of their life than men.