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Thread: Are you a crier?

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    Has nothing to do with hormones, mayb you might cry a little more if your hormones are imbalanced. Crying is a normal part of life, if you don't cry then something is wrong. Tears are pearls from the heart. Someone once told me that and I will never forget it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4EVERquilt
    Has nothing to do with hormones, mayb you might cry a little more if your hormones are imbalanced. Crying is a normal part of life, if you don't cry then something is wrong. Tears are pearls from the heart. Someone once told me that and I will never forget it!!
    I was told it is also a sign of depression..so who knows..we cry...good for us...I was told it cleanses the soul!

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    Crying is good for the soul! Who doesn't feel better after a good cry and a short nap?

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    I am a crier for sure! Happy, sad....angry. It is a good cleanse..sometimes you just need a good cry to get it all out! No issues with anyone seeing me cry what-so-ever!

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    It does cleanse the soul, happy are those who cry!

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    Not so much, I am a very calm person, but I have softened up a lot with age, I think I smile more. My husband is the crier...he is very up front with his emotions...happy, sad, angry all done at volume with lots of arm waving. Tough, sturdy Sicilian who has a big heart:)

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    My dad was a crier. It always killed me to see him cry. Not that I thought he was weak, just that he was that much of a softie and something must have touched him tremendously. . .

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    Once when my daughter called,that's all it took.

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    Very rarely do I cry. Actually, I can count on one hand the times I have cried since I escaped puberty! I'm more of the bottle it up til you can't take anymore type (really bad for you I know). Wish I could be a bit more of a crier not only is it healthier, it seems to help people stay happier and more relaxed.

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    I did cry for years and now it gives me a headache (only when I cry a lot so most of my tears are little pearl drops and after the loss of 2 son, a husband of 41 years and my parents I am about cried out.

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