Firstly, it’s noticeable when watching men speaking about things, describing events. Men mostly value actions, notions while women love the details and are common to go in deep descriptions. Thus, from the first sight it seems men are less capable of feelings, but Rosenblatt (1998) argues that it’s not true. Simply for men those experienced feelings “remain submerged, and the airing of them violates their authenticity” (Rosenblatt, 1998). On the contrary, it seems for women everything only gets clearer when it’s verbalized.