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One Entire Shield Of Pain - Oceans Of Sadness - Laughing Tears * Crying Smile (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 15,  · Reflex tears hold much higher levels of proteins within them, while emotional tears hold more of a chemical called ACTH which is a hormone linked to high stress levels. So when we are crying, we are literally releasing and shedding our stress. Tears can be seen as a physical manifestation of an internal emotional reaction.
  2. Try to let go of outmoded, untrue, conceptions about crying. It is good to cry. It is healthy to cry. This helps to emotionally clear sadness and stress. Crying is also essential to resolve grief, when waves of tears periodically come over us after we experience a loss. Tears help us process the loss so we can keep living with open hearts.
  3. When people shed tears out of pain or joy, crying is an emotional response to a psychological condition. Its importance cannot be minimized. It may reflect normal psychological functioning.
  4. Laughing and crying engage the same set of muscles, only with different contractions: laughing is faster, and crying is slower. If you want to free one, you need to free the other. Said differently, you will only go as far with your laughter as you are willing to embrace and free your tears.
  5. Jan 02,  · Oceans of Sadness - The Arrogance of Ignorance (Full album HQ) - Duration: Oceans of Sadness - Send in the Clowns (Full album HQ) - .
  6. Women really do cry more often than men. One estimate puts it at times per month for a woman and for men. Another suggests that women cry two to five times per month, compared to men's.5 to one. And, according to German research reported on by The Telegraph, the average crying session lasts six minutes for a woman, versus two to four minutes for a man.
  7. Too many tears can make observers uncomfortable, but never crying may not be mentally healthy. "For various reasons, a lot of people push down their tears; they suppress them," Sideroff says.
  8. Nov 01,  · Yes, crying is for sadness, that is what we usually connect it to. But now a group of psychologists say they have found the reason why, and that cryingtears of joy may well be the body's way of restoring “emotional equilibrium”. The psychologists.

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