But suppressing our emotions and trying to hold them tight is not good for our health. It will have many side effects on our health. We will become weaker mentally. So it is better to vent out them in the form of crying. If you don't want to do that in presence of all, go to a private place and cry there so that you will not face any health problems afterwards.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Children cry a lot and create headaches for all family members and nobody can stop them from crying. Some children start crying after midnight and their crying disturbs all.
1. Why do we consider crying a sign of weakness? and
2. Isn't it necessary to change this thinking here?
Crying is considered by many to be a sign of weakness. My personal opinion is that cry should not be seen as a weakness. No matter how strong, a friendly person will cry when he sees the grief of others. Often those cries are not loud. In such circumstances, one does not have a single sigh in their mind or do not have even a drop of tears in their eyes (without the help of onion or glycerin) cannot be added to the human race. Loud crying may be seen as an emotional outburst of the mind to deal with the situation. Such crying often comes out only in a heartbreaking incident.
At the age of speechlessness, children often cry to express their hunger to others or express their physical discomfort. Those who find it annoying fall into the category I mentioned earlier. Cry persistently in childhood is likely to be just a stressful tactic. That cry is for them to get what they thought then (whether it was right or wrong). It often gets beaten up and turns the empty cry into a cry of pain.
Therefore, crying should not be seen as the only weakness of women. Such thoughts are baseless?.
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