Screaming is a way of letting out anger and frustration. Sometimes, when you scream, you feel better and don’t really care who hears you. But sometimes, when a girl screams, it is because she has a very good reason to be mad or frustrated. And if she’s trying to get attention from someone else, then that person should try to help her handle the situation.
Girls tend to scream at their parents or siblings more than boys do because they are supposed to be “the good child” in the family unit. Boys are expected to be more aggressive and tough; therefore, they can be louder and more physical when they get angry. Girls usually have smaller voices and can’t yell as loudly as guys can; therefore, they have to resort to screaming instead of yelling or arguing back with their parents or siblings.
Another reason why girls scream is because they feel like nobody cares about them or listens to them when they’re upset about something; so they have no choice but to scream because nobody will listen unless you make some noise! Girls also tend to scream because it makes them feel good about themselves when someone finally pays attention; so if you ever hear a girl screaming at someone else — don’t judge her too harshly — she might.
Last modified: September 25, 2022