@Haroush It's my opinion. Do you disagree with my reasoning? Anyway, every thought we think about has emotional influence. That's why i added "they often express it differently though." Do you disagree with that too?
A number of structural elements in the human brain differ between males and females. “Structural” refers to actual parts of the brain and the way they are built, including their size and/or mass.
Females often have a larger hippocampus, our human memory center. Females also often have a higher density of neural connections into the hippocampus. As a result, girls and women tend to input or absorb more sensorial and emotive information than males do. By “sensorial” we mean information to and from all five senses. If you note your observations over the next months of boys and girls and women and men, you will find that females tend to sense a lot more of what is going on around them throughout the day, and they retain that sensorial information more than men.
Additionally, before boys or girls are born, their brains developed with different hemispheric divisions of labor. The right and left hemispheres of the male and female brains are not set up exactly the same way. For instance, females tend to have verbal centers on both sides of the brain, while males tend to have verbal centers on only the left hemisphere. This is a significant difference. Girls tend to use more words when discussing or describing incidence, story, person, object, feeling, or place. Males not only have fewer verbal centers in general but also, often, have less connectivity between their word centers and their memories or feelings. When it comes to discussing feelings and emotions and senses together, girls tend to have an advantage, and they tend to have more interest in talking about these things.
If you think about the differences between the brain, you should come to the conclusion that women are more emotional than men. Is this necessarily a bad thing? It depends on the individuals temperance.
Here is something interesting though, you can help develop weak areas of your brain by doing different brain game exercises. For instance, say you want to be able to distinguish what a person really means more accurately when speaking and expressing emotions. You can strengthen this area of the brain by playing brain games that challenge you to determine what a person is really saying by watching a short video clip of someone speaking in public. The key is paying attention to their facial expressions as well as their body language in conjunction with their words.
It's idea once something is done it is finished whether it is good or bad. You just look to the future and find a way to avoid it next time. Until then if I did something wrong I just simply admit to it and accept the emotion someone is expressing toward me. It is kind of like being emotionally numb. Though there is some cons to this way of dealing with tough situations.