Often termed as “relationship-terrorists,” girls have a way of making everything look bad. In fact, a study from the University of Cumbria just last year has found that women are more controlling and aggressive than men when it comes to relationships.
But kidding aside, we are all aware of how women are more emotional, especially when the time-of-the-month comes in. Sadly, we’re more showy when it comes to our feelings, while men often hide theirs.
However, an interesting study of hamsters from the Indiana University has shown that short winter days may actually affect and trigger aggression hormones in females. Read more in this report on Science Daily:
Short winter days trigger aggression hormones differently based on sex
The work, which advances basic knowledge on the connection between certain sex hormones and aggression, could go on to advance research on the treatment of inappropriate aggression in humans. Read more…
Other factors that trigger aggression hormones are brain injury, alcohol, low blood sugar levels, and feelings of frustration. To handle it, just stay calm, avoid making threats, and control your body language.
If you think you’re having more inappropriate physical or verbal behavior than normal, such as bullying, calling people names, hitting, kicking, headbutting, biting, pinching, throwing of objects, cutting yourself, make sure to check with a psychologist.
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