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Men and Women

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Men marry women with the hope they will never change. Women marry men with the hope they will change. Invariably they are both disappointed. ― Albert Einstein

Hmm.. Was this statement made by Einstein…from physics to psychology? well, I am not quite sure.

Anyway you have something to say on this quote, no ; )

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Author: Akhila

An emotionally colored and emotionally neutral woman flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of her soul.

65 thoughts on “Men and Women

  1. These differences and fights actually complete their relationship…love overpowers these differences I presume… and this quote is too good because it is very true…. even I have read it somewhere… Einstein’s work on psychology is very well known !!

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  2. Very much interesting post ! Uniqueness of this post give me a idea for my upcoming post ! Thanks for sharing this & keep sharing such interesting post !

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  3. i guess, if it’s written on the internet so it must be true………….as for the proof…….i would have to step into disappointment myself, wait a few year i will get back to you…… 🙂 🙂

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  4. By Einstein or not but a very appropriate statement made.

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  5. I am not sure if he was experienced enough to make this quote! History doesn’t look too kindly on his personal life.

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  6. Its kind of how life disappoints… We expect too much 😊

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  7. Sadly this is true in many cases. Only a fool marries thinking they can change someone that’s why couples should really get to know each other before marriage

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  8. Albert Einstein may said so if
    “Young girl and boy can’t be only friends ” is given by Shakespeare 😂😂😂

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  9. Dont expect…just be yourself.;)

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  10. LOL. Truth. I did that in my first marriage.

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  11. Haha, expecting to change it means keeping a condition to spend the rest of life. It must be a choice not a contract, isn’t it?

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  12. Hahaha…. I don’t know what to say.. 😂😂😂 only a married person would be able to answer.

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  13. We can only change if WE want to not if someone else wants us to…

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  14. Nobody ever changes. 😁

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  15. It can also be the other way round. Still results in mutual disappointment.

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    • Why do we wanna change others.. why can’t we accept them as they are.. when we try to attach them with ourselves what’s the benefit if some of their parts are lost..

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      • Yeah, good question and I agree with your wish / openness for diversity. However, it may have to do with fear from what is different. If we are confronted with difference and don’t want to change ourselves, we may feel rejected and consequently insecure and threatened. That’s why people prefer others to be self-confirming. That’s one view, but there may be many other reasons too, depending on situations:-) All the best!

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  16. Haha..lol! I need to check whether the statement was made by Einstein though i am inexperienced & unmarried but certainly i observed no matter men/women changes or not but thier lives definately yes…😜😜

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  17. I think Albert should have stuck to Physics – he was good at that 😉

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  18. Really, Einstein said that? Not all the theorems and equations of physics can describe the complexities of married life!
    What say, Akhi?

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