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Do you think crying in a corner once you lose someone/ thing or some pet is a s

  1. SAQIB6608 profile image75
    SAQIB6608posted 3 years ago

    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?

  2. AISHAKHATTAK profile image60
    AISHAKHATTAKposted 3 years ago

    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,

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    JThomp42posted 3 years ago

    No. It is a sign that you are secure enough in your own masculinity to show your emotions.

  4. aidenw profile image66
    aidenwposted 3 years ago

    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 smile

 
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