Originally Posted by JStokes
The other thing I've determined about women is that they can't compartmentalize stuff.
There are no small problems, they all get lumped into one big problem.
My dearly departed, loved her unconditionally, but she could never look at or tackle a seemingly unrelated issue from a number of other unrelated issues.
Men look at issues with singularity. And we don't develop anxiety, because we understand that they can all be dealt with individually.
Women pile things on top of things and they let it create anxiety because how can anyone solve this whole big mess?
My problem too. I call it the Snowball syndrome although it could be called other things. (Foilball, Hairball, The Blob) You're not just quibbling over an issue du jour but many issues past and present that you may have even forgotten but get thrown back in your face time and again. They even may have not had anything to do with you but you're front and center now so you have to suffer reribution often meant for others needlessly and pointlessly. Emotional not logical.