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Are you afraid to cry?

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  1. 1. Are you afraid to cry?

    • Yes.
      36
    • No.
      68
  2. 2. Have you cried in the last 5 years?

    • Yes.
      97
    • No.
      7


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I'm very reserved so I don't cry in front of people.

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I'm afraid to cry in front of others, but am okay with doing it in private. I haven't cried in months, as I'm too emotionally drained. 

Edited by Cash In

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It gives me a sense of relief whenever I feel guilty... sad... and heartbroken.

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I actually almost never cry on the outsude, especially around other people. Not because I don't feel like it, but because I'm not really capable of doing it, I suppose. On the inside though I cry all the time because my life is pretty f***ing depressing...

Edited by ~Dusky~

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I am in no way afraid to cry in front of others.  A few days ago, I cried in the gym because I was mad at some of the news on the tv while I was on the treadmill.  Nobody seemed to notice though, most of the time I have some pretty ugly cries full of ugly sobbing and little tears.  Mostly depends on my mood, if I'm mad it's mostly tears but when I'm sad the ugly crying begins.

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I think it depends on what you are crying about.... for me i cry only at the smallest things (like  spelt milk or someone closing a door to fast etc) 

I don’t like crying infront of other people and literally will wait hours to come out so people don’t know that I been crying. 

 

 

 

Edited by Starlighty

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I'm afraid to cry because, i never cry, so if somehow i start to crying, it will be weird for me :lostit:

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I actually cry really easily. I just do most of it on the inside, but it only takes a little pressure to get me to cry outwardly too.

Usually it's when I'm overcome with guilt, or just frustrated at the life. Happens anytime I'm confronted with those feelings, in front of people or not.

I hate it.

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I wouldn't say I'm afraid of crying. It's just very rare that I do. I will easily break down into tears when I get that phone call about a close relative passing away. I can think of a couple instances where I cried from being stressed. mainly in high school.

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I'm only scared of crying if I'm not alone. If even one person can see me cry, I try to hold it in as much as possible. I don't always succeed though.

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Last time I cried was in RTC, I earned a call home. First time I heard my mom's voice in over a month. It was my first time away from home.

I got teased a bit but I didn't care. They got orange carded for laughing at the AROC, and I got to call cadence. (A song you sing in the military whilst exercising or marching to ensure all participants are working at the same pace.)

Be proud of who you are, but accept no compromises. The only person who's opinion matters to you fully is your own. You owe yourself a life. Don't give it to someone else to run, they have their own.

Edited by E01-US-Nav-2-20-IL

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