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    Why aren’t men more emotional, and why don’t they let their hearts rule their minds?
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    Name : Kavita26733, Gender : F, City : Delhi, State : NA Country : India, 


    When I was in grade school, I was very emotional. Everyone gets made fun of, the kids who are more emotional get made fun of more because its more fun when you get a reaction. This led to numerous fights. Today I can be proud that I never lost a fight, but at that time I was letting my heart run off with my head. After 7th grade when I almost killed someone, I finally ‘settled down’. I guess I stopped having much of a reaction to anything. You could literally say anything to me you wanted and I wont take it personally. If I still thought with my heart, I would beat you senseless. Men who let their emotions take control are DANGEROUS. That is how people die. It is appropriate to be emotional sometimes, I can become very emotional if the right situation presents itself, but I can control when and where it happens and thus, who is around. I will NOT become emotional unless im around people I absolutely trust. I dont even trust some of my best guy friends in this way. I’ve had many girlfriends, but until recently, I hadnt fallen in love. The girl I fell in love with was only in the country for a year, and so when she left, I kissed her goodbye at the airport, walked out, drove home, went to a movie, chilled with some friends, and woke up in the middle of the night crying. I’ts not that I don’t have emotions, I just can control them. I’m glad men control their emotions, or I might be dead right now, as would many people…

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    Name : Patrick, Gender : M, Sexual Orientation : Strait as an arrow, Race : Irish, Religion : Agnostic, Age : 18, City : Los Altos, State : CA Country : United States, Occupation : Student, Education level : High School Diploma, Social class : Upper middle class, 
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