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Understanding Mental Illness
 
# 136 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 19:56
 
 
Someone said :

The thing about tears is that sometimes there seems like there'd be no end to them if let out.

of course on a biodynamic level u shouldn't hold back tears (or the urge to kick someone funnily enough), ur body knows what it needs instinctively...
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# 137 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 19:57
 
 
Someone said :

of course on a biodynamic level u shouldn't hold back tears (or the urge to kick someone funnily enough), ur body knows what it needs instinctively...

In small measures yes - but crying cant solve anything.
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# 138 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 19:58
 
 
Someone said :

In small measures yes - but crying cant solve anything.

It can sure clarify things though.
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# 139 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 19:59
 
 
Someone said :

It can sure clarify things though.

How?
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# 140 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 20:00
 
 
Someone said :

In small measures yes - but crying cant solve anything.

crying serves a purpose - it helps release toxins, reduces immediate stress, lubricates the eyes, bonding....

better out than in as shrek says...
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# 141 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 20:00
 
 
im all for crying.ive lost half my body weight doing it,but youve got to know when to stop.its healthy but only to a certain extent.
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# 142 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 20:01
 
 
i think a good cry now and then can help let go a bit,let out alot of emotion you may be holding in or bottling it up.
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# 143 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 20:01
 
 
Someone said :

How?

If you have a good cry from the pit of your stomach, you can release emotions and realise things that were bothering you. It can be quite primal and metamorphic.

I wouldn't know though, I'm too busy bottling up my emotions like a good irish boy
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# 144 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 20:02
 
 
sometimes you may feel you are crying inside but are unable to shed even one solitary tear.
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# 145 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 20:03
 
 
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sometimes you may feel you are crying inside but are unable to shed even one solitary tear.

and that, ladies and gentlemen, is how the common-or-garden psychopath can be identified xxx
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# 146 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 20:04
 
 
Someone said :
sometimes you may feel you are crying inside but are unable to shed even one solitary tear.

Bottle of wine and a weepy movie will sort that out.
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# 147 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 20:04
 
 
Someone said :
sometimes you may feel you are crying inside but are unable to shed even one solitary tear.

Yeah.
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# 148 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 20:07
 
 
Someone said :

If you have a good cry from the pit of your stomach, you can release emotions and realise things that were bothering you. It can be quite primal and metamorphic.

It makes you terribly vunerable though, especially if someone sees.
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# 149 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 20:09
 
 
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It makes you terribly vunerable though, especially if someone sees.

vulnerable for a while - think of it as stripping paint and re-applying... a new fresht start/outlook....

depends on who sees it....
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# 150 : Friday 30-4-2010 @ 20:12
 
 
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depends on who sees it....

Exactly, and how they react. Sometimes, crying makes you more miserable, not less.
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