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Crying Discussion » Anyone else this picky?? » July 30, 2017 4:43 am

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Once upon a time I was very picky. Only wanted quiet, flowing female tears. However, the more time I spent around you all, the less picky I've become. I like it better this way, because now I enjoy the sobbing and the lip curls as well.

Crying Discussion » Male Observation... » July 30, 2017 4:41 am

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I think there’s more than one type of empathetic crier. The first type is a person who just feels the emotions of another crying person just by being around them, without needing to know the specifics of why the person is upset and without even needing to talk to them. The second type is a person who can maintain some initial emotional detachment from a crying person, but then loses this detachment once they start to relate personally to something that the crying person says. I hope that makes sense. I think your counselor is in the second category, as he could maintain his composure while watching you sob repeatedly, and only cried himself once he got some new information from you that he could relate to.
 
I’m in the first category. When I’m with someone, I’m sensitive about way they look at me, their facial expressions, and their tone of voice.
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tearhunter wrote:

​I imagine not everyone is the same... how did people react when you cried? How did you react? Did you allow tears to fall?

The first time this happened, my attending was speaking to the patient’s mother, and the mother was sobbing uncontrollably, and I just teared up. Because I was just standing there listening and wasn’t talking to her directly, I was able to hold it back pretty well. The second time, it was with a family I knew well, and I was talking with them directly so I couldn’t distract myself to interrupt the emotion. It was a woman, man, and their daughter all sobbing very hard. I had been talking to them for almost ten minutes beforehand and they were crying throughout that part, but once I had given them all the information I had and there was nothing left to say, I did sit with them for a few minutes and that’s when I started to cry. This time I did let some tears fall and I wiped them before leaving the room. The third episode was similar, but it was an elderly man sobbing, and I had one tear fall down my cheek during that conversation. My fee

Crying Discussion » Male Observation... » July 28, 2017 2:04 am

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Another tearhunter obs for me to tuck away and read again later.

It seems like you weren’t bothered by his crying. Did you feel more comfortable because he verbally prompted you to continue talking? Was there anything else that he did to make his own crying less distracting or bothersome to you? In terms of professionalism, do you think he handled his crying appropriately, or was there anything else that you wish he had done at that time? I ask because, despite my most disciplined efforts, I have on occasion cried in front of patients. 

Introduce Yourself » Hi I'm truffle » July 26, 2017 4:44 am

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tearhunter wrote:

What do you need to be there to make male tears 'utterly gorgeous'?.

I'm super shallow when it comes to men. It helps if they are handsome, have long eyelashes and high cheekbones, clean shaven, and if their tears roll over the cheekbone all the way down to their chin. If I see that, coupled with expressive eyes and eyebrows, I'm awestruck. It also helps if they have a large amount of tears. Judging by your self observations, tearhunter, you really are the exception to the rule when it come to male crying. I have very, very rarely seen a man in real life let a tear fall all the way down his face. When it does happen, its usually a single very tiny tear, and that's it. And sometimes they recoil at the word "cry". One of my friends said something like "well I was just a little emotional, not enough to really cry" even when I JUST SAW him wipe a tear from the lower part of his cheek. Male tears are utterly gorgeous when they cry openly and expressively and don't wipe their tears.

I recently went to a wedding where the groom cried, and I'm gonna post about it as soon as I can gather my thoughts, but it will illustrate exactly what I find so frustrating about male tears and sobbing.

Crying Discussion » Truffle's new obs thread » July 26, 2017 4:27 am

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Second batch.
 
4. Airport obs: I was standing in the security line when my finely-tuned dacryphiliac crying spidey sense went off. I turned around and saw a petite blonde girl, very pale skin, probably early 20’s, wearing a red/black plaid button-down shirt and jeans, pink backpack, straight hair down to her shoulders, walking quickly while on her phone. When I first saw her she was probably 40 feet away from me but even at that distance I could see that she was crying. She was wiping her eyes directly with her free hand and talking while sobbing. As she came toward us she did not look at us at all, even though many people in line were looking at her. Her chin was wrinkled and her lip was curled, but it seemed like she was tightening her entire face while sobbing. As she walked past me I saw her lips from her right side, and her lips looked almost flat against her teeth because there was so much tension in her face. She wasn’t wearing any lip color. She was sobbing 4-5 times before taking a breath, and she did three cycles like this before she got to me. As she walked past me, she spoke in a strained voice “I’m so sick of this!” before reverting to sobs again. She turned a corner and slipped out of my view, but I could still hear her sobbing for a few seconds afterward. Alas, she did not let any tears fall. For the rest of the day that sobbing was stuck in my head; I would randomly hear that sobbing in my imagination for just a second or two out of nowhere. I love airports so much.
 
5. I have recently made friends with a woman who I have had such an intense crush on for at least the past six months. I’m talking about a kind of thoroughly distracting, adrenaline-surging crush. She’s Spanish by ethnicity, a bit heavyset but has such a beautiful symmetric face, big brown eyes, full lips, infectious smile, smooth fair complexion, and a sweet voice that I could listen to nonstop. She, my sister, and I were at an archery range shooting some arrows and ta

Crying Discussion » Produced a couple of female crying videos » July 26, 2017 4:23 am

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These models did a really incredible job. You are a dacryphilia visionary, TorNorth. Hail to the king.

Introduce Yourself » Hi I'm truffle » July 15, 2017 11:22 pm

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I've lived up and down the east coast of the United States. Going to probably settle down in the southeast in a year or two.

Introduce Yourself » Hi I'm truffle » July 13, 2017 2:52 am

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I've been here forever but in case I haven't been conspicuous enough...here ya go

Sex: Female

Orientation: Bisexual. Married to a woman though. I think the term is "homoflexible?" 

Age: 26

Interested in: Female crying gives me emotional and sexual arousal. Mostly interested in tears rolling down women's cheeks. I prefer quiet crying. Male crying can be utterly gorgeous but that's hit or miss for me. 

Interest in the forum: Initially I came here for media like pictures and videos, but after I've seen them once, they lose their effect on me. Written observations and discussions hold so much more promise, and I find that I can read them several times and enjoy them more each time.

What I'm about: I'm a gymnastics junkie. I watch it, read about it, teach it, used to compete. Love role-playing video games (Horizon Zero Dawn or Nier: Automata, anyone?). I make and sell jewelry. I work in healthcare.

Crying Discussion » Drying Someone's Tears? » July 8, 2017 2:59 pm

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I've done this too many times to count, and I've had it done to me too many times to count. I wipe my wife's tears almost every time she cries in front of me. In the past, when comforting female friends I would wipe their tears (although they did not know at the time that I was both attracted to women and a dacryphiliac). However, more recently crying has become intensely sexualized for me, to the point where it is difficult for me to comfort someone platonically by wiping their tears, unless they are much younger or much older than me.

Not sure if I posted about this, but I was once sitting on a curb crying with a male friend who I used to date, and he kissed me repeatedly on the cheek while we were talking. I was, in the back of my mind, waiting for a tear to fall down his face in a way that I would have a chance to wipe it for him. I had never wiped a tear from a man's cheek before, and while we were dating he never let a tear fall. Well, one tear finally fell down his cheek and I was looking at him and I realized that I needed to get out of that situation immediately. If I touched his face, I knew that I would have lost control of myself completely because his kisses had been turning me on without me noticing until that moment.

Also recently I wiped one tear from an attractive work colleague's cheek, but we were in the middle of a project and I was able to do it without becoming sexually distracted.

Crying Discussion » What if your partner had a crying fetish? » May 17, 2017 1:22 am

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I know I’ve blabbed about this before, but I wanted to make a separate post about it. I have recently discovered that my wife likes my crying and that I get a thrill out of crying for her. Initially, I knew that she already had a cheek/face fetish (if that’s even a thing). She has always kissed my cheeks far more than anyone else ever has. One morning I had wept profusely on her shoulder before we went about the rest of our day. Throughout the course of the day she was extremely gentle and sweet and affectionate with me. She later told me she loved the fact that, out of everyone we met that day, she was the only one who knew how emotional and close to tears I was all day. I think that a cheek fetish and crying fetish go very well together.
 
Now I'm curious. Have your partners ever shown signs of having or developing a crying fetish? Would you want them to enjoy your crying? Would you cry for your partner if they asked?

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