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cry Cry CRY! by Angeline Patient Expert Posted Sun 11 Apr 2010 7:17am A baby’s first language is cry. That is a God-given gift. That was the only way a baby can communicate his pain or discomfort. Yet, when a parent rushes to him WHENEVER he went ‘wiaahh‘ a little, the baby is smart enough to know that crying has become a weapon. The baby grows to a toddler and the weapon becomes even more powerful. From ... Read on »
To Cry or Not to Cry by eatnormalnow Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 12 Mar 2009 3:39pm Some people may think that tears are what healing and therapy are all about, but that’s not necessarily true. I see two types of clients: those who cry easily and those for whom shedding a tear is like pulling teeth. Both sets suffer from emotional management problems, and my goal is to help each move toward a healthier middle ground.   ... Read on »
Cry, cry til the sun shines by Rachel M. Posted Wed 24 Feb 2010 10:14pm I think that in the past two weeks, I have cried every single day.  It kills me to even type that… Right now I just want to do this. I just want to run away and hide from everything.  Or do this. Which, I want to point out, is significantly different than this.   Which is what I feel a lot of people are lik ... Read on »
Crying because I was Crying by Braden-NuVision Posted Wed 24 Oct 2007 12:00am This afternoon, I started feeling so much anxiety and stress. And before I knew it, tears, something I don't often feel on my face, started rolling down my cheeks. I couldn't believe it. I was actually crying. As soon as I realized what was happening to me, I sat at my desk and started holding my breath, hoping that a lack of oxygen would ca ... Read on »
There's no crying! There's no crying in... weightlifting?? by Kelliann F. Posted Mon 19 Mar 2012 3:54pm I had to do a double post today to tell you about my Saturday work out. I was back at Tuff Girl after 2 weeks of being away, and boy, was I in for it. The set-up for this was different. There were 3 sections - weights, cardio, and TRX: Each station had 3 different exercises that you needed to complete 2 times. For example, on the weights ... Read on »
Palin’s Ad Doesn’t Cry Wolf, It Makes the Wolves Cry by Trish S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 19 Oct 2008 11:15am To reiterate the message from my post Sarah Palin’s Office is Dedicated to Protecting Animals…or Not, check out this YouTube video that was sent to me from a friend on the Care2 network. It shows Palin’s stance on aerial wolf hunting: If we want someone in office who truly cares about the environment and all of its living creatures, may ... Read on »
Is having a good cry good for you? by Sophie N. Health Maven Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 12:47pm The other day, I had a good cry and it made me feel much better. It had been a tough and rather worrying couple of days (for several reasons that I won’t bore you with) and I stood in the kitchen and had a really good cry for a couple of minutes. I don’t cry very often but, just sometimes, I feel a sense of relief from releasing my emotions in ... Read on »
A Crying Baby! by annhertel Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 24 Mar 2010 12:08am Yep. That's me folks. I can be a hard core bad-to-the-bone bitch that won't cry over jack. Then later in the same day, I cry thinking about the movie, P.S. I Love You. I mean cry, as in a sobbing event. Go figure. Well this shit is back in force! It's driving my a but nutty. In general, this little phase I have been in, what with the depr ... Read on »
Yesterday's Session ~ Crying by Clueless C. Health Maven Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 11:55pm I just wanted to update you regarding my feeling my emotions and crying. Yesterday, I had a 1 1/2 hour session, which is the same for today, and I sobbed and screamed. I was exhausted afterward, but it really felt good to be able to do that and to have someone listen and be there with me. The unfortunate part is that I am defensively fee ... Read on »
crying in another goddamn library cubicle at another college another year of my life by Jennifer aka Beautiful MInd Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 18 Mar 2013 12:00am I think the one saving grace of my grandfather's dementia as that he doesn't know he repeats himself every five minutes. Insight gives me a different situation. I am keenly aware of precisely how ill I am. And I am powerless to stop it from getting worse, or from never just getting better. I take copious pills, every day, I am a com ... Read on »