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Kitchen Mats vs. Rubber Mats – Woman vs. Man!

Posted on: May 24th, 2013 by

A man’s brain works differently than a woman’s brain. After reading this one sentence, if you’re a woman you are thinking, “Duh.” If you’re a man you’re thinking, “Prove it.”

Although the brain is essentially the same bio machine, how it functions and its physical makeup is very different for each sex.  Men have more gray matter, women have more white matter. White matter is responsible for learning, emotions, processing sensory and relational information while gray matter controls memory, spatial relationships and logic.

Women have 86 percent of their total amount of white matter in the frontal lobes. Men do not have any white matter in the frontal lobes of their brains. Gray matter in men is evenly distributed between the frontal and bilateral lobes, but in women it was found almost completely in the frontal lobe (84 percent).

So, women learn faster with an ability to control their emotions better while communicating how they are the boss in the relationship. While man is in charge of the TV remote and remembers how to get to the store for snacks quickly.

You may be asking yourself, How does this relate to door mats or mats in general? Observe.

Wife, “I hate the color of our kitchen mats.” (Emotion)

Me, “Didn’t we just order those anti fatigue mats?” (Memory)

Wife, “But I think when we refinish the cabinets, it will clash.” (Processing sensory information)

Me, “So maybe we should forget about re-doing the kitchen and stay with what we have.” (Logic)

Wife, “That’s what you said when I had you redo the rubber flooring in the garage and look how great that turned out.”  (Learning) Besides, if you don’t get me those new floor mats, it will be uncomfortable sleeping alone in the bed.” (Processing relational information)

Me, “Why would you be sleeping alone”? Oh, On it. Where’s the phone?” (Spatial relationships)

As you can see, communication between the sexes is possible if you just understand the way each sex communicates.


 



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