Non-Stop Tears

United States
May 18, 2010 1:43pm CST
How often do you cry? is it like me and usually once a day.. and if you do it alot why? and if you don't how do you hold it back and make the tears not come?
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@vandana7 (68722)
• India
18 May 10
I cry easily when I think of my mom. I think of her quite often. When I am not thinking of her, I am pretty sane. I also have my moments of self pity. Once in six months or so. I think that is how often I cry.
@indahfth (11173)
• Indonesia
21 May 10
crying. I cry almost every day. My life is very sad. so my days, I often spent crying.
@ruthsm (222)
• Thailand
30 Jul 10
I wish I can give you a hug my friend. I'm so sorry to hear that your life is very sad and that you spend your days crying. If we were neighbors, I could come by and at least make you smile a little to ease your sorrow. I have sad stories too but maybe not as sad as yours. I just hope you'll soon find new joy in this life. I know a little bahasa for you. "Saya berdoa untuk anda." I hope that's the right words for I'll be praying for you.
@besthope44 (12145)
• India
31 Aug 10
Sometimes crying heals the pain of heart and best way to release stress..tears are better but doesnot strain more.
• Philippines
5 Aug 10
i called myself a crying lady, my tears really easily fall down from my eyes,i am so sensitive, sometimes i hate it, because i am always emotional, but in some way, to cry feels good after,crying is one way of releasing some burden deep with in...tears are an expression of too much emotion, like tears of joy,have you noticed? if you laugh too much tears fall down, if your sad , same...
@ruthsm (222)
• Thailand
30 Jul 10
I used to be my father's crying baby. I was very sensitive then. I cried a lot even sometimes for no reason at all! But now, I've learned to have control of my emotion. Maybe my tough life experiences also helped me become stronger emotionally. I still cry though but not as often now. LillyBelle, you asked how to hold back the tears. I don't know the exact method on how to do that but I think it's just conditioning your mind and telling your brain not to. It takes a while to learn that. Don't focus much on the emotion. Maybe it helps if you can divert yourself to thinking of happy thoughts. This reminds me of one of Sound of Music's soundtracks "My Favorite Things" where it says: "when the dog bites, when the bee stings, when I'm feeling sad...I simply remember my favorite things and then I don't feel so sad." cheers to you my friend. Wishing you less crying days.
@kedralynn (992)
• United States
18 May 10
I used to be very depressed. Actually it still comes and goes today. I used to cry multiple times a day everyday. It wore me out! I'm thankfully in a better place in my life now and I don't cry everyday. Ok well I cry at tv and movies and stuff but those tears are different. I stopped trying to hold back the tears. When I want to cry, I cry. I usually feel a little better afterwards. What has you crying so much? You can share with your mylotters here. We'll try to help :)
@Aitrita (145)
• Switzerland
18 May 10
when I was breaking up with the one I loved, I used to cry once or twice a day..but it could happen in a normal time like once a month... again when something reminded me of him. back to the happy time before knowing him, sometime I happened to cry only to lessen the pressure caused by whatever. some people would smoke or drink..and that was my way :D then I finally grew up and now, even though tears might fall down, my face doesn't change into a crying one... so at least I can fool people that it's with my eyes
@Hatley (164465)
• Garden Grove, California
18 May 10
hi LillyBelleDaisyRose I cry at sad stories, even here at touching discussions and oh really cry in sad movies. I cry when read a discussion where the woman wants to know what to do as her husband will not stop beating her. I am just very emotional, and cannot always help it but I will not cry in public. Ijust try to think of something funny and that helps me to not give in. You do know that hormonal changes in pregnancy also cause weepiness.