To begin with, let’s think about some questions. Why do people cry? What is the significance of crying? And do you think the one is weak if one cries?
In fact, crying is not gender, age or personality specific. From my perspective, crying is not a sign of weakness, but it is an innate ability and one of the most effective ways to reduce stress, release anger and express joy. It is also like a stop sign at a crossroad for you to look back and reflect on your shortcomings.
Some may associate or stereotype people that cry as weak and feminine. I believe most people who cry are emotionally stronger, despite the fact that they may cry secretly or in public. People cry as they face various dilemmas in life, such as relationship failures, money worries, cannot meet the expectations of parents, hopelessness and anxiety. If people are willing to show their emotions, they are actually brave enough to face sorrows positively. These people usually have higher self-esteem and require shorter period in overcoming the dilemmas.
Moreover, it is noteworthy that sorrows is not the only reason for crying, for example people may cry when they felt very happy, and have some touching moments, so they temporary don’t have the words to express how they are feeling. Therefore, we should not be quick to judge a person who displays their emotions and brand them as an emotionally weak person.
On the other hand, although the society has become more accepting of people who display emotions, weak-natured people should not use this as an excuse and they should try to find some positive ways to overcome their weaknesses.
In conclusion, everyone cries. When we were babies, we cried to get attention from our mothers. If anyone denies that they haven’t cried, then they are just being untruthful to themselves. Remember, crying shows no sign of weakness and it is a good emotional outlet, which gives your courage to face your problems positively....