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Crying Discussion » does your SO know? » September 3, 2018 5:14 pm

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My wife knows, and she indulges me whenever she can. It took a long time for her to get comfortable with it though.

Crying Discussion » A kik group » August 15, 2018 8:41 pm

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I've joined the group.

I've taken a huge number of photos over the past 11 years, and I've been searching through them looking for pictures where at least one person in the picture is crying. I can quickly crop out the non-crying people and then share it directly from my phone on Kik. It's working well so far. More people should join!

Crying Discussion » Becoming an unlikely fan of a TV series due to crying scenes » August 13, 2018 11:30 pm

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For me it usually happens the other way around, where I already like a show and then I'm pleasantly surprised by a lot of crying scenes. For example I was a huge fan of The Vampire Diaries, and the frequent tears from beautiful actors and actresses were just an added bonus.

There's one exception. I only started watching Supergirl once I saw Melissa Benoist cry. 

Crying Discussion » Work obs » August 13, 2018 4:06 pm

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Hi! These are mind-blowingly beautiful observations, and your attention to detail is astonishing! I'm a pretty social person, I know a lot of relatively emotional men, and I work in an environment that can be very sad and has caused me to cry several times. Even then, in a work environment, I've only seen a tear roll down a man's cheek one time. You must work in a very unique (and lucky) situation.

I've only comforted a sobbing man six times in my entire life. Two of those times the guy thought I might be interested in him, and one of them kissed me on the lips a few days after the episode, even though he knew I had a girlfriend at the time.  Letting a man weep into your skirt and letting him clutch your legs seems...rather intimate, doesn't it? Do you ever worry that some of these men may mistake you for a romantic prospect?

Crying Videos » Selected videos » August 12, 2018 7:14 pm

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OMG #2. Be still, my heart. Gorgeous people like her shouldn't be allowed to use the "uglycrying" hashtag. 

Oh, and I see you found some more Turkish weddings. I've taught you well.http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/devious.png
 

Crying Discussion » Workplace mini-observations » August 10, 2018 2:47 am

truffle
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I'd say these are pretty fantastic obs for a workplace, thanks for posting about it. I love it when I randomly see someone's face wet, and then realize that those are tears. Obs #1 is the best http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/love.png


Crying at work is a touchy subject for women, especially in an office setting, so your female colleagues are unlikely to be any more open about it unless you befriend them and are there to comfort them. My workplace culture allows for a little more emotional expression, and even I still feel uneasy about crying openly at work.

Crying Discussion » A kik group » August 7, 2018 8:26 pm

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Yeah I think I'd be interested.

Crying Discussion » self and H obs » June 28, 2018 3:07 pm

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This is so beautiful! It's so amazing how, in a relationship, once crying becomes associated with closeness and romance, all of a sudden it becomes arousing. Movies are a great way to get the tears going. A similar thing happened with my wife over the past few years. She used to just comfort me, but now she clearly gets aroused when I cry and I think she gets a kick out of making me cry (with my enthusiastic consent! http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/love.png
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I'm really happy for you. As long as your communication with him is good, I'm sure you'll be able to enjoy this new aspect of your relationship. 

Crying Discussion » Post-performance tears obs (Female) » June 10, 2018 3:43 am

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@DacryphiliacMan: Her tears formed a horizontal line of drops on the table. The table had a cheap hydrophobic coating on it, so the drops stayed separate and visible. The drops were slightly darkened and cloudy from the foundation that had come off her cheek. She'd been a bit heavy-handed with the makeup. 

Crying Discussion » Excessively Emotional? » June 10, 2018 3:37 am

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I think I cry a normal amount. There have been several weeks this year where I have had tears in my eyes at least once daily, but usually it's 1-3 times a month. I've surrounded myself with peers who also cry pretty routinely, so I don't think I'm more emotional than my peers. I just tend to make friends with emotional people. My wife is a musician, and artists are a bit more prone to crying too. 

My only concern would be if you are feeling down, depressed, or hopeless and that's why you're crying daily, then please talk to someone about it. Otherwise, if you have a sensitive temperament, embrace it!

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