Basics: Stephanie Zhu. February 13, 1994; 18 yrs old. Studies biochemisty/molecular biology at UC Davis. San Francisco, California. Taken by Steven Huang since January 27, 2008. Happy-go-lucky kind of girl. Positive, confident, and unbelievably happy. Blessed with life. Love for all things beauty. I hope to inspire you in one way or another. Get to know me, I'm friendly! Xoxo

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

"There are distinct differences between male and female brains. Female brains have a larger Hippocampus. Which usually makes them better at attention and memory. Male brains have a bigger parietal cortex. Which helps when fending off an attack. Male brains confront challenges differently than female brains. Woman are hardwired to communicate with language, detail, empathy. Men, not so much. It doesn't mean that they are any less capable of emotion. They can talk about their feelings, it's just that… most of the time, they would really rather not."
(Sorry. I'm just so obsessed w/ Grey's Anatomy!)

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