Psychology is both an academic and an applied discipline that addresses mental and behavioral aspects of individuals. It also addresses the same in regard to groups of people. It is a discipline through which psychologists set out to understand mental functions and social behavior in addition to establishing both physiological and biological processes that inform cognitive functions and social behavior in individuals and groups of individuals.

Although psychology is to a large extent applied in assessing and treating individuals with mental illness, it is also applied in establishing and solving various problems that confront humanity in general and one area that has attracted psychologists’ attention is woman psychology, which is often referred as feminine psychology.

The wider society has generally been very unkind to women. It is common knowledge that most societies around the world reduced status of women to being wives and mothers. This is mainly because women were considered to be the weaker sex. It is because of this prejudice that women in some countries and in particular developing countries continue to suffer from lack of quality education among others. Indeed, the number of women engaged in professional work in such countries is very minimal.

It is only at the beginning of the 20th century that some societies realized that women too had a role to play particularly in such matters as decision-making and career development. Indeed, it was in the 20th century that a number of women right across the world rose to some of the most influential positions including as political leaders. It is also in the 20th century that many countries enacted legislation that gave women the right to vote and own property in their own name rather than in their husbands’ name as it used to be. This cultural shift was no doubt propelled by realization by men that the importance of women is not limited to being wives and mothering children. They have the capacity to perform just like men when it comes to education and capable of performing even better than men in different professions.

One area of women psychology that continues to baffle psychologists is how educated women manage to balance motherhood and their career. There is no doubt that playing the role of a traditional wife and mother can simply be overwhelming. For a woman to excel professionally while at the same time provide the needed love and emotional support to her family is something that many men cannot accomplish yet many women have not only managed to bring up their families well but have also rose to become some of the top scientists, doctors, politicians, lawyers and psychologists among other professionals in the world.

It is from feminine psychology that men have crafted some of the weirdest ways of seducing women. Unknown to men, women too have crafted their own ways of not only telling when they are seduced but also how to seduce men who turn out to be “fearful” of women even though they have and show interest in establishing relationships.

It is common knowledge that men now create interest in women of their choice before “withdrawing” that interest for women to chase after them instead of the other way round, which seems to work for some men. There are also men who simply make themselves standout from other men by simply grooming themselves well to attract women, which also works. Still, there are others who resort to making themselves valuable and playing hard to get, which is often associated with women. Of all strategies that men employ in seducing women, it is probably the practice of establishing emotional connection that most men around the world resort to. Indeed, there are men who understand women psychology well to appoint where they are able to identify a set of women psychology loopholes that they exploit.