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    you are in your head

    Hello,
    I have a qeustion about an excerpt from a book ' Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus'

    In the book it says,
    " you have no feelings, you are in your head"
    This is a quote a woman is supposed to say to a man, and he response by saying " what's wrong with that?"

    Can anyone please explain to me what it means by being in someone's head?

    Thank you in advance!

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    Re: you are in your head

    Quote Originally Posted by jamri View Post
    Hello,
    I have a qeustion about an excerpt from a book ' Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus'

    In the book it says,
    " you have no feelings, you are in your head"
    This is a quote a woman is supposed to say to a man, and he response by saying " what's wrong with that?"

    Can anyone please explain to me what it means by being in someone's head?

    Thank you in advance!
    One of the main points in the book, is that men tend to intellectualize" (in your head) when women tend to emotionalize (in your heart).

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