There are some gender differences in social behaviors. The differences in the way women’s and men’s brains are structured and in the way they react to events. Some examples of difference between men’s and women’s brain are human relationships, reaction to stress, emotions, and pain.
Women are likely to communicate more effectively than men. They more focus on how to create a solution that works for the group, talking through issues, whereas men are likely to be more task-oriented, less talkative, and more out-of-the-way. Men are likely to have a fight to fight response to stress situations while women seem to solve these situations.
Women are more in touch with their feelings and better able to express them, which promotes bonding with others, whereas men are different. Men have a more difficult time understanding emotions. Men and women understand/feel pain differently. Women are also more likely to express their pain and to seek treatment for their pain than are men. This difference clarifies why women observe pain more deeply than men.
Based on the information given above, it is evident that these differences explain why men and women sometimes have difficulty communicating and why men-to-men friendships look different from friendships among women.