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Girls and Guys attitude problems

Santosh Kumar Singh
Written by Santosh Kumar Singh. Posted in General Reference on 14 March 2010.
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Girls and Guys attitude problems

Girls have more attitudes problem or the guys.

I think both have attitude problems in life. It's That Girls Show Up a Lot And Boys Just Ignore it.

Most of the time girls have attitude problems because often have fights regarding this with her brothers and friends.

I feel it’s absolutely situational both guys and girls show attitude when they feel that the other person would by impressed by it but when it comes to the comparison girls have more attitude but guys are not less.

Attitude of a person doesn’t change for any circumstances but the personality changes. male or fem situation matters everything.

i think it depends on the sides that whether they have attitudes problem or not but I have seen is girls do have a attitude problems a lot more than boy have.

It depends on person we can't say Girls or Guys.

I feel most of the gals are confident enough not to have attitude problems.

I believe in simple living! Still a few people tell that I have got lot of attitude! Well, attitude is misunderstood! Attitude is basically what you think and how you react to circumstances and how you do your job!

There is nothing wrong in it! it’s obvious that different people have different attitude! But it should be by virtue of nature! if try to deviate it, then it becomes over smartness! it’s no longer attitude! Basically there is no person in this world who is devoid of attitude! But people who joined this community are really appraisable because they are ready to accept that they have attitude! Attitude is problem when you Forcibly try to have a different look towards circumstances rather than the normal one!

 


Santosh Kumar Singh

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