Crying: should we cry less?

It seems I like to cry.

But crying doesn’t solve anything. It fuels emotional streams of consciousness and actually keeps solutions further from your mind.

Crying also fails to prove anything.

We cry because we care but wouldn’t showing you care be better? Actions speak louder than giving into the baser desire to cry. Not crying can actually prove that you care more. Refraining from getting hysterical could lead to reason and solution. Displaying self control could show that you want to take things into real consideration instead of feeling sorry for yourself and expecting attention or leniency because you’re shedding tears.

We also cry because it feels good. Rumors (or studies) say that crying is cleansing and helps to release strong emotions or stress, etc. But are we just, as women, allowed to cry and whine too much?



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