As A Lady, Would You Marry A Man With A Tendency Of Bursting Into Tears Than You Are?
This is a man who needs to be consoled every now and then. He is very good in consoling others and will easily join you in crying.
As long as the crying is balanced with an overall good relationship I wouldn't see why I wouldn't. In certain situations I would feel wierd if my husband didn't cry. My husband had to have our dog put to sleep last week and he cried for 2 days off and on. If he would have acted any different I think I would have worried. Men need to cry too!
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