Women Are More Stressful than Men
The debates between men and women are never out of date. When the society rapidly develops, the stress caused by it has led to a heated discussion that who is more stressful between men and women.
Some people hold the opinion that women are more stressful than men. The reasons are as follows. In modern society, women have held up half the sky. They have to try their best to keep balance between family and work since most people still think it is natural that women must take good care of family, even though they have a successful career outside. In addition, the disadvantage in strength and power makes it unfair for women to get the same opportunities of promoting, though they do the same job with men.
On the other hand, others hold the opposite views that men are more stressful. Firstly, men are always considered as the pillar of the world, so they must take the responsibilities of supporting the family and winning reputation in the society. They are under great pressure. Secondly, women are so fragile in most people's opinion that they can resort to men without any blame, but how men release their stress? Last but not least, we can see many organizations aimed at protecting women, but where are men's shelters?
To a certain degree they both make sense, but I am favor of the first opinion. Indeed, women have more and more rights, but everything has a price. The consequence of more rights is more duties. People have become strict to women. Our society acquires women to be a good wife that supporting their husband unconditionally is their necessary responsibility. With so many expectations and responsibilities, if a woman wants to be successful, how hard she should work and how much pressure she should suffer? Conclusively, I think women are more stressful that men.