Question of the Week: Friendships 23 March 2008Posted by SA'ILA in Relationships, SA'ILA.
Do men approach their close friendships (with men) differently than women approach theirs’ (with women)? Does each gender generally offer something different in a deep friendship?
If this hypothesis holds, is it this difference that allows for a man and a woman, when in a relationship with each other, to be able to offer something different and unique to each other that, in a way, makes their relationship more whole (i.e. irrespective of their personality, but rather, based on gender)?