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Crying Discussion » Public male obs » July 2, 2018 12:11 am

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Really interesting observation yesterday. My husband and I were taking the bus home, and we sat across from a middle-aged guy who struck up a conversation with us. I had the feeling he was a social person who had a hard life and is now pretty lonely, because he launched into a lot of detail about his personal life, his past, and his trip to the store. After he'd been talking to us for about 5 minutes, he started talking about an emotional event he'd witnessed, and he said to us, "I think I'm actually going to cry about this."

The whole thing was a bit uncomfortable, of course; this complete stranger was sharing really personal stuff with us and was about to break down. But honestly, I didn't mind listening to him talk at all. He was very friendly, even if he was being a bit socially awkward.

Anyway, as he predicted, he started to cry a few seconds later. He kept talking, but his eyes filled with tears and started to stream down his face. He wiped them away as they streamed steadily while he spoke. I didn't hear any catch in his voice, although he did pause a couple of times to take a deep breath. This went on for about 10 minutes, and eventually he gathered his composure and changed the subject - we reached our stop shortly thereafter. It was a fascinating experience.

Crying Videos » Videos with tears rolling down the neck and chest (Female) » June 28, 2018 11:18 pm

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Another good one in that hypnosis series (fewer tears, but some good sobs): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaQQAQjjQYo
 

Crying Discussion » self and H obs » June 28, 2018 11:11 pm

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Thanks, everyone. We have excellent communication, so it's working out beautifully.

Amans, we do kiss each other's tears. In fact, he teases me if I wipe away my own tears, like, "oh, I wanted to wipe/kiss those," and he also always turns his cheek toward me if he's shed a tear so that I can take care of it. He teared up on a road trip once while we were singing an emotional song - he was driving, but he lowered his sunglasses so I could see his tears.

It doesn't seem to interfere with genuine emotional experiences, fortunately. He says that when he's crying, he doesn't think about my fetish until afterward, and even if it does occur to him, it just makes him want to be more vulnerable. As he puts it, "I like when you're aroused, so why wouldn't I like something that arouses you?" lol.

And he's always eager to be comforted by me - he often curls up on my chest or in my arms and asks me to hold him, even when he's not crying. He's very affectionate, and we have a good balance of comforter/comfortee between the two of us; he also loves holding me. I've found that I enjoy being comforted by him more than I have by other partners. I enjoy the emotional warmth, but I also sometimes get aroused just by being held nowadays, which is the reverse of the scenario I usually desire (although I've always been aroused by my own crying). I think it's the general emotional intimacy, which I suppose is not specific to this (or any) fetish.

Crying Discussion » self and H obs » June 27, 2018 7:16 pm

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I cried a lot last night. At first, I was just tearing up a little, but they spilled over as I talked, and eventually I was lying on my husband's chest, sobbing hysterically. I was speaking, too, and my voice was a bit choked, but I repeatedly had to stop speaking to sob. These were tense, gripping sobs that forced my mouth into a large, contorted bulge as my stomach muscles clenched. I remained in that suspended state for probably 15 or 20 seconds each time, unable to breathe, my eyes squeezed shut and tears streaming down my face, into my open mouth, and onto my H's shirt. These tense sobs were interspersed with talking, as well as some rapid-fire sobs. The whole event lasted probably two hours (H and I were working through an issue, which we eventually resolved pretty well, but I was very upset).

Okay, switching gears: The other night, H asked what I wanted to do, and I told him I wanted to watch an emotional movie with him. He was really into it - he understood that I wanted to watch a movie that would make us cry. We chose one and watched it, and indeed, we both cried at the end. Tears streamed silently down my cheeks, along with a few shaky breaths. My H sobbed a little harder; I wrapped my arms around him and felt his stomach pulse rapidly with sobs. We kissed away each other's tears at the end, and then we went upstairs and had sex.

My favorite part of all of this was that it was very deliberate. H and I were on the same page: we were making ourselves cry as part of our sex life. I still can't quite believe he's willing to do this.

Relatedly, I cried briefly a couple of weeks ago (don't even remember why), and H told me he now gets aroused by my tears! He thinks it's because he knows I will be aroused, and that we always have great sex after one or both of us cries, but that response of arousal has actually become natural for him when I cry! I cannot quite believe that either...

Crying Videos » "This Is Tears": All the male "This Is Us" crying scenes! » June 20, 2018 1:57 am

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I LOVE Randall's crying scenes. And I'm also definitely waiting for a breakdown from Jack - I bet we'll see one next season.

Crying Discussion » Crying database idea » June 9, 2018 1:49 pm

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This is an excellent idea!

Crying Discussion » H obs - best one yet » March 30, 2018 3:28 am

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H and I are on vacation, and during an emotional discussion two nights ago, we talked through a bunch of things we'd been thinking about (life things, not relationship). I was tearing up a bit periodically, and at one point, I described something I had been thinking that reminded H of a very emotional topic.

We were lying in bed, and as he talked, his chin quivered and his eyes filled with tears. I thought, oh, some tears, he looks beautiful, but then suddenly, he collapsed into me and burst into hysterical sobs. I held him while his stomach shook violently for a minute or so, and when he pulled back, his face was wet. And then he spent the next half hour sobbing the most beautiful, wrenching sobs I've ever seen. He alternated between sobbing into my chest, talking haltingly through tears, and just lying on his back crying hard. His lip was hugely contorted, and he was just completely unrestrained. His sobs were mostly voiced quite loudly with some rapid-fire breathy sobs. I wiped his tears, held him, and alternated between my own silent tears, quiet sobs, and simply kissing his tears and whispering comfort.

When his sobs died down, we talked for a while longer, both wiping tears intermittently. And then we had sex, which was wonderful and intimate. For the next day, we were so emotionally close and connected. The effect is still lingering. We've discussed it several times - how good it felt to let everything out, and how close together that always brings us. It's rejuvenating for our relationship.

Interestingly, he said my fetish didn't even occur to him until after he had stopped crying, at which point he got aroused realizing how it must have affected me.

Crying Discussion » Comforting and crying » March 9, 2018 12:46 am

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1. I cry more than I used to. I used to cry maybe four or five times a year, and just a few tears. Lately, I've been tearing up much more frequently and sobbing multiple times a month. Yes, I've been really stressed lately, but I also think it's a matter of feeling very comfortable around my husband and wanting to share my emotions with him.

2. I like to be held. My husband puts his arms around me, kisses my face, whispers comforting things. It's very intimate.

3. I hold him, too. He usually puts his head on my chest, or if we're in a different position, sometimes I'll hug him and lie sort of on top of him. But I call him pet names, whisper his name, stroke his face, wipe his tears.

4. When I sob, it's rapid-fire sobs sometimes, with a moderate lip curl and plenty of tears. My body gets very tense when I cry, and often I will just sit there unable to inhale or exhale for several seconds before taking a shaky breath. It's usually pretty quiet - not silent, just breathy instead of voiced, unless I'm really sobbing hard.

5. I like hard sobbing, with shaking shoulders, lack of breath control, heaving stomach. Especially in videos. In person, I like all types of crying, and even teary eyes get me aroused. But I still love sobbing in person.

6. I've posted lots of observations here, but my three favorites have been with my husband - once while we were camping, once on our couch after an argument, and once when we were very emotional the day after our wedding. I especially like when we've both been crying, because it often leads to very intimate sex.

7. In bed. The couch is fine, too, but it's much easier to really hold someone in bed. But really anywhere where it's just the two of us.

8. I do like both -- there's something great about a stoic guy breaking down. But I love that my husband is sensitive, because there's so much emotional intimacy between us (and he tears up/cries fairly often).

Introduce Yourself » Hi everyone! » March 9, 2018 12:35 am

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Welcome! I am also into comforting crying men, and I enjoy being comforted myself.

Crying Discussion » Crying in public (H and me) » March 9, 2018 12:34 am

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TorNorth wrote:

I can tell what me and my wife's reaction would be if we were in that cafe. My wife will probably notice you first. She'll say, "aww that lady's crying." I'll quickly turn to look and she'll get really annoyed.

Although she knows my secret now, so maybe that will change her reaction to me looking - though probably not.

Ah, you've told her? If you don't mind my asking, how did she take it? No need to answer if you don't want to. I remember you'd been hesitant to tell her.

The woman who noticed me was definitely trying not to look, but her natural curiosity was piqued and she glanced several times. It's interesting how most people will look if they see someone crying -- even people who are not like us.

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