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May 18, 2023


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"A boy is more likely to throw a violent tantrum, but will have calmed down and be loving you again 20 minutes later. A girl is more likely to simmer at a “lower temperature” for a longer duration, holding onto resentment."

In general, I think you are on the right track but the details just aren't right. This assertion about male vs female anger is wrong. You have to observe people as individuals to know how they deal with anger. Many character traits aren't more typical of one sex vs the other.

Further, I don't think all the conjecturing about scenarios of doom is nearly as helpful as a discussion of the virtues and how they are manifested. Many people were never taught the virtues and may not be aware of their own deficiencies.

Selwyn Duke

Dear TJ,

Thank you for responding. There is, of course, individual variation, but there is also group variation. In fact, if groups weren't different, we couldn't even identify them as "groups."

The generalization I wrote about is accurate, which is why the saying exists, "Hell hath no fury like that of a woman scorned."

God bless,


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