We need a shoulder to cry on tooA grown up man should never cry. We have heard this many times from our elders when we were young and crying for some reasons. Now we do the same thing to kids when they are crying for unnecessary reasons. Kids have some unusual demands and when those are not met they cry. It's usual for kids to cry and is a part of growing up. We adults, do not cry like kids and manage difficult situations effectively. We get confused, we feel depressed and go through lots of emotional turbulence. Sometimes many of us feel like crying, but control ourselves because of our coping skills.
Every time though, it doesn't work. We need a shoulder to cry on too. That shoulder to cry on during our tough times may be our parents, close friends, relatives or life partners. Things are getting complex in this world. Along with the complexities of life, confusion is increasing. The depression is rising at an alarming rate throughout the world and we are advised by health care professionals to reduce stress in our life to a minimum level. People are becoming too busy with their own life and we are missing that shoulder to cry on. That may be one of the most important reasons for the rise in depressive disorders. Members, do you feel the same?