Agreed. In fact, I'd argue that they're the same thing; they're gender-specific interpretations of adolescent stumbling blocks. As we come of age we bumble about, feel our way around - and in the process we bruise others and get bruised. I think these phases are counter-reactions to that, ironically, which only act to reinforce the problem. But, after we get over that, we're able to look at things in a more moderate perspective; we become thicker skinned, mellow out and find healthier ways of interacting with one-another.