Crying is an universal response to sadness. We all cry when we experience feelings of joy, anger or fear even if it’s just a little bit!
Crying is a natural response to sadness, but not all tears are created equal. There’s been an increase in the amount of people who cry when they watch sad movies or find themselves on edge during stressful moments like an anxious meeting at work; some may even tear up. While chopping onions! But what causes others’ Chiefs (eyes) flow? Here’s how scientists say it usually happens: First comes distress—whether this stems from joyous occasions such as birthdays party holidays etc., intense pain caused by accidents then finally leads into sorrowful ones depending upon if pressure has been applied too much.
Crying effectively is a person’s way to surrender themselves, embrace their sadness and openly connect with why they feel sad. Tears are needed for eye hygiene as it keeps the eyeball moist. While also containing proteins other substances that maintain healthy eyesight in addition fight infection by keeping them warm from crying
The symbol of emotion overflowing inside ones mind. Whether happy or sad can be found through this act; however feeling something does not mean you will always react positively towards these feelings. Because often times when we cry our emotions may change depending on what type of mood state one might currently residing.
With each tear that flows from my eyes, I am able to see more than just sadness.
I feel the weight of all those moments. When you were here with me and we shared them together. Holding hands as if our lives depended on it or even wiped away someone else’s tears because they knew what this moment meant for both ends: protection against danger but also closure after loss — these things make up who we are now at heart while still remembering where everything started…in love.
When we cry, it is an expression of our emotions and can be therapeutic. But what are your thoughts on crying? Does anyone ever wonder. If letting out tears (crying) could lead to health problems in some cases. Such as with nose bleeds or ulcers for example where there’s no need because they’re already open wounds!
Makes sense right?! So don’t try this at home kids… unless you want a sore face from all that sniveling around.
Research shows that those who suppress their emotions and refuse to cry may be jeopardizing their physical health. Let the tears flow – never be ashamed of crying! It is good for your body, letting out inner sorrows so they can heal faster with no risk involved in doing this type if self-expression
A saying goes “the sadness without outlet through weeping might cause other organs shed some too.” So don’t hold it all inside because when you release by shedding many happy or sad moments from one’s life.