How often/easily do you cry?

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  1. Red.Apricot

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    I full on sobbed at Django last night--shaking, heaving sobs (but quiet, because we were in a theater).

    I cry pretty easy.
     
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    I was never a big cryer but lately I have been crying all the time so.... I guess put me in the easy cryer camp?
     
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    I cry when I'm mad at someone, or frustrated. And if I'm very sad. Never usually happy tears though!
     
  4. Emily

    Emily Rollin' with my bitches

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    Well to be fair that movie's pretty disturbing... LOL
     
  5. Red.Apricot

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    I really liked it a lot.

    But yeah, it was a really draining movie.
     
  6. Laurelin

    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    All. the. time.

    I am getting better as I get older but I cry at the worst times. And the worst part is that I'm one of those people whose face goes all red and blotchy and stays puffy all day long. If I cry, everyone can see it.

    I cry when something's sad- it's more tear up really. I don't out and bawl unless someone's died or it's that time of the month. Or when it's happy-sad. Or someone dies. Or something really good and touching happens. Or when I'm disappointed. Sad movie, sad book, sad song- you name it.

    The worst is that I cry when I'm angry or frustrated. That one is obnoxious because as people have said you often don't get taken seriously. You **** me off enough and I have to fight to NOT cry.

    And when it's that time of the month- forget it. If something bad happens, I'm done. I may end up running late in the morning and the dog is being annoying- turn on the waterworks. Or I remember a time that I looked at Mia and started bawling for absolutely no reason during 'shark week'

    I don't cry about physical pain at all. And it was really hard for me to cry when my mother died initially. I bawled at her funeral but the day she died I was more worried that I wasn't crying 'enough' for everyone else and felt like I should be crying more.
     

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