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Crying Videos » My God... I've found the ultimate video » May 23, 2022 9:15 pm

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Stewman wrote:

It's... kinda gross but also incredibly hot

Lol that’s this entire forum in a nutshell.

It’s so weird, I didn’t find her attractive when I first saw her, but as soon as she started crying she seemed much more attractive.

I like that she didn’t try too hard to wipe the tears or cover her face.

Crying Discussion » Reddit survey on crying » March 22, 2022 1:44 pm

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Amans lacrimae wrote:

truffle wrote:

Hmmm these questions seem familiar. I swear I’ve seen them in a different poll somewhere, almost word-for-word.

I strongly suspect this person is one of us.

😉😊. And one more survey on the way in mister poll.com

You’re making another survey?! I want to be the first to do it!!

Crying Discussion » Msc research on Dacryphilia » March 22, 2022 1:42 pm

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It works on IPad also, if you have a keyboard. This is quite long, will finish it soon.

I love that you were able to get something like this funded. Please share your publication once complete!

Crying Discussion » Reddit survey on crying » March 21, 2022 4:58 pm

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Hmmm these questions seem familiar. I swear I’ve seen them in a different poll somewhere, almost word-for-word.

I strongly suspect this person is one of us.

Introduce Yourself » Hey, new here » January 31, 2022 2:22 pm

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Welcomehttps://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/grin.png


I’ve noticed you’re posting some of my old favorites. Glad to have another tear-lover among us. 

Crying Discussion » I had an unexpected observation » November 21, 2021 10:23 pm

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Omg. My non-dacryphile spouse is getting more female obs than me. The world is upside down. You should have wiped her tears, love.

Crying Discussion » Age and comforting » October 19, 2021 12:14 am

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Salt-Treasure wrote:

Hi everyone, when I was younger I preferred to comfort older women. I'm in my 40s now and I also enjoy comforting younger women. However, I still prefer older women. Perhaps younger people are reluctant to comfort someone who is older. It may be that a standard thought pattern is rooted -> parents comfort the children. -> Older people comfort younger people ... not the other way around. I have no idea but do you know what I mean?

Several times I was able to comfort a woman (she is older than me) to whom I was professionally subordinate. I think it's a situation to be careful with. I have often seen her sad, but for a long time I did not dare to comfort her. Because of her position in the company. It hurt my heart every time I saw her like this and imagined in fantasies how I could be there for her. At some point (after about 2 or 3 years) I just did it and hugged her. I have to say she is a bit of a difficult personality who doesn't show what she needs or doesn't want now. It took a long time before we had a basis of trust (in relation to the feelings. Not the professional things) and I could get through to her.
 This has turned into a very nice friendship.
I could share these situations and fantasies with you here if you wanted to.
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Yes please! Share these obs!!

annnna wrote:

I feel like younger people tend to breakdown more easily and cry in front of others whereas adults tend to keep their sadness to themselves. When I was a teen I’ve seen many of my classmates sob their eyes out over small things in school and that barely ever happens now with my adult friends or coworkers. I remember comforting some friends in school because they got a detention they thought was unfair or blew up an exam, or even if they were just having a bad day, whereas now my coworkers just cry in the bathroom at work when they need to or take some time off to process big things like the loss of a family member then come back perfectly okay and together. S

Crying Discussion » Age and comforting » October 16, 2021 3:09 pm

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So I recently turned 30. Honestly there are a lot of perks to getting older. More stability, more financial freedom, more IDGAF, more sexual opportunities (thanks to Fetlife and this forum and other internet resourceshttps://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/devious.png
) but there’s one downside.

A big part of my fetish involves receiving physical comfort while I’m crying. I love it and need it. It was never difficult to get physical comfort in my teens and 20’s. However, I recently I’ve noticed a significant decline in the number of times someone has spontaneously comforted me with a hug or touch, and it’s kind of depressing. I’ve also noticed that I’ve never been comforted by anyone who was >5 years younger than me. I guess I hate the idea of not being comforted when I’m in my 40’s or 50’s.

To the comforters around here: Do you hug or wipe the tears of people who are older than you, or who outrank you at work? How do you decide when to do it?

To the comfortees: Have you noticed anything similar to this as you got older or advanced in your career, or am I out of my mind?

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