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Old 03-19-2013, 08:42 PM
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Too easily lol.


Obviously when I'm upset about something "ugghhhh I'm a failure I wish this wasn't my life etc etc"

But also when I have to talk about something emotional in front of other people. Not that I feel emotional about it, and I could talk aloud to myself about it and I'd be fine. But as soon as someone else is involved and I think it "should" be an emotional issue... bam tears.

When I'm frustrated (many tears have been shed trying to enter math/physics problems on online things... I KNOW I'M RIGHT WHY WON'T YOU TAKE MY ANSWER. Also, computer science, my CPSC skills are bad and sometimes dr racket gives THE VAGUEST errors.)

And when I'm angry/yelling etc. Tears lol


Yeah I'm kind of a cry baby. The angry tears are the worst lol.
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Um. Super easily. Every emotion brings me to tears - happy, sad, angry, frustrated. Or sometimes just for no darn good reason I'll burst into tears.

Books don't usually do it for me, I think I maybe shed a tear reading A Walk To Remember but otherwise I don't think they get me to cry. Movies or TV shows, all the time. If something sad happens, or sometimes I don't even really think it's sad but just seeing someone else cry... that'll do it for me.

So yeah it's probably a weekly thing for me lol.
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This. It's AWFUL. I have a hard time having certain serious discussions with people because my eyes just start freakin leaking.
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I cry when I'm angry, it's very annoying. I also cry when stressed or even a little sad. I occasionally cry from a book, movie or TV show. When I'm PMSing it's really bad.
All these basically.
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:06 PM
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Not that easily anymore. I used to cry at the drop of a hat. I still cry if I'm frustrated or angry, or sometimes something really sappy will move me to tears, but nowhere near as easily as I used to.
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:07 PM
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Just what the title says...either influenced by a movie/book/whatever, for good reason (death, breakup, serious stress, etc), or "irrationally" over something silly.

Personally, I rarely cry...I think I've cried two or three times in the past year. I've never cried over a movie or book. Even if I'm really sad, and feel choked up or like I'm going to cry, it usually doesn't happen.
Emotionally, pretty easily ... Physically not so much, remember I was kicked by a horse hard enough to knock the glasses off my face & send them flying into the opposite corner of the stall so no physical pain doesn't really make me cry.

Emotionally I have more of a tendency to be depressed/sad rather then outright crying.
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:12 PM
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- All movies. All of them. Happy movies. Sad movies. COMEDIES for crying out loud.

- Anytime someone raises their voice at me or I perceive that I have done something wrong/stupid (I can't discuss work with teachers, for example, because I get scared and start crying).


- Sometimes for no reason.

I can't remember the last time I cried for a physical reason. I usually go pretty quickly into self-defense or adrenaline mode.
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:15 PM
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Fairly easy. Lol. Super sappy movies. Movies or books about people achieving their dreams.

Every time I see FutureACD's breeder pictures. I love her ranch.

Watching horse movies, or videos.

Mainly when I think about my uncertain future in Rangeland.
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:27 PM
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Lately, all the time. I'm under a lot of pressure right now, and it's showing itself in tears.

I cried today watching the last ever episode of Weeds. That's a problem.
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Lately, all the time. I'm under a lot of pressure right now, and it's showing itself in tears.

I cried today watching the last ever episode of Weeds. That's a problem.
I'm not that emotional and I cried during the last episode too. Definitely not a problem
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:32 PM
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I read somewhere that if you start tearing up when you don't want to, you should swallow. Somehow it interrupts crying.
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:32 PM
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I cry basically every time I experience emotion. It's faulty programming.
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:35 PM
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I cried today watching the last ever episode of Weeds. That's a problem.
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I'm not that emotional and I cried during the last episode too. Definitely not a problem
Oh god, me too. Even though I absolutely hated Ms. Nancy Botwin by the end.

Then again I cried during the last ever episode of the Fresh Prince too. Go figure.
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