My point exactly, I want the respond to be from one's heart, not base on how a person would take it whether they are a man or a woman. The responses should be the same regardless of gender. However, we do say things differently base on one's gender, and I think it does take away some good pointers that sometimes you might say to a woman but won't say to a man. But men out there needs to listen on what advise are given to a woman because if they are going to be sympathetic or empathetic to their partner, they need to pay attention to the minor differences that may have a different consequences when you deal with your opposite sex. I appreciate having opinion from both sides of the camp by being gender neutral, so the responses is straight from the heart and not "sugar coated" to suit one gender or the other.
BTW, please don't feel offended by your assumption of my gender, that's very important when getting a non bias respond and I do appreciate people's assumption therefore get to see a broader range of comments that caters for both male and female members of the forum. It gives everyone a chance to reflect and relate.
Post Edited (Fibro$ufferer) : 6/5/2013 10:31:53 AM (GMT-6)