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post #46 of 52 (permalink) Old 10-22-2012, 01:48 PM
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Re: Q from Man: Why do women cry so much?

Every 4 weeks I turn into a huge crybaby. I don't like to cry in public though, I get embarrassed and feel ashamed. I'm kinda good at hiding what a big fat crybaby I am though.

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post #47 of 52 (permalink) Old 10-22-2012, 11:00 PM
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Re: Q from Man: Why do women cry so much?

I cry when I am really pissed off, frustrated, hurt. I just can't stop it, the cork has popped off the bottle (so to speak). I hold way to much in and sometimes, i just can't stop it from blowing the cork!

I don't consider crying a release of any kind either, it makes me feel worse then before i started.
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It is probably the key to them outliving us!

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Re: Q from Man: Why do women cry so much?

I am super creative and have made a career out of it. Fortunately and unfortunately it affects my relationships. When a good thought for our future plans enter my mind, it becomes elaborate and I get dreamy and happy and if you are a do-er like me it can have happy outcomes in real life. But sometimes a bad thought enters my mind and my mind runs with it-making a mountain out of a mole hill. When I was a child I panicked, as an adult I cry but only if I have to talk about it.
I told my fiance that if he senses me going into sad mode (which he actually foresees when it is me and him talking about something tough) that his words no matter what they are will comfort me and guide me in the right direction. Usually I am the chatter box but he knows when is the right time to take over with words.
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Re: Q from Man: Why do women cry so much?

I really have no idea why we cry a lot. But when I do I just can't stop and if I try to it feels even more horrible like I'm trying to induce myself to a heart attack.
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It takes a lot to get me to cry, even though I am a woman. Sometimes I think there's something wrong with me, because I only cry when things are really, really bad in my life, like once every few years or more.
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Re: Q from Man: Why do women cry so much?

I don't LIKE crying and struggle to hold it in. The only times I really let go are in the shower and at night in bed usually.

I cry generally out of frustration or empathy, sometimes fear or desperation. I feel deep connections with others who are crying or sad and immediately feel what they are feeling. Anyone who cries around me, I become a co-crier.

But when it came to my ex it was fear crying or empathy when my daughter cried when her Dad was loud, rough or otherwise unreasonable. But when it came to divorce and all of the proceedings, I was a stoic rock. That was problem solving oriented and frustration had no room - it was action time.
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