Do you think crying in a corner once you lose someone/ thing or some pet is a sign of weakness?
If you are emotionally attached to a person, pet or even a sport and you lose it, Do you think crying as a sign of weakness?
Controlling on emotions is what is required at all times. Life is all but a game of nerves. The moment you loose nerve, you get weakened.
The difference between children and Boys: BOYS DON'T CRY,
No. It is a sign that you are secure enough in your own masculinity to show your emotions.
Absolutely not. It's natural for human beings (males and females) to experience great emotions including sadness. Crying is a way to let your emotions flow through so that it will eventually go away. Trying to block the flow of energy can cause a lot of problems emotionally and even physically.
Unfortunately many cultures frown upon men crying. So I can understand if some men try hard not to cry in front of other people. But once you get home or somewhere private you can go in a corner and cry your heart out
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