Saturday, August 4, 2012

This isn't angst. It's science-ish.

Here's a scenario:

You get that well known feeling of wanting to cry. Like your body and mind needs it for some reason.
I'm not an expert, but crying should have some sort of purpose. Some sort of underlying biological explanation. Something which makes it more than just a sign of being wimpy.
Anyway, you get that feeling....
But you can't do anything with it. You're stuck. You suddenly remember that this happens all the time. That you can't cry. You've lost the ability to cry.

What then?

///twenty and dry

1 comment:

  1. Crying serves a very important purpose, as far as I've been lead to believe! It's the body's way of releasing built up emotion and stress. That's why people generally have a good cry and feel like they can deal with a certain situation. It's healthy and natural.

    Listen to your body. If you want to cry, go for it. If you can't, then don't worry. It'll happen eventually.