From the time we are born, we are conditioned to believe that women are the softer, gentler sex – capable of feeling more emotions and expressing more love than men. But do women really love harder than men? Is there any truth to the stereotype? After all, love is a complex emotion that is expressed uniquely by each individual. To truly understand whether or not women love harder than men, we must look at the different ways that each gender experiences and expresses love. By examining the differences between the two genders, we can gain insight into how love manifests itself in different people. So, do women really love harder than men? Let’s dive into the evidence and explore!
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