I have known lots of devout Christian ladies, mostly older women from my youth. They were/are very different from the modern secular feminist type women. This is naturally enough true. But what is the difference that has the largest impact, one that affects everything else?
From my perceptions, it is humility. Real Christian ladies are humble, they understand their failings. The bible states that all are fallen, and prescribes certain attitudes and behaviors (in general and for each sex) to compensate for such. What why were, and how they should act greatly affected their lives, often manifesting itself in not doing behavior that they would regret later.
Let us now consider the secular/feminist perspective. First of all, there is no humility. As such, one might as well throw caution to the wind. They are smart, awesome and the like. All of their behaviors are great. One might quickly guess where such thoughts lead, but apparently many people who tell us that they are smart can not. Short answer — overconfidence almost always leads to bad outcomes.
Exit question — are women especially prone to these problems? If so, why?