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Sanober said and added, "during childhood do not forbid your son from crying so that he may become a tension free man.
Professor William Frey, who worked on the study, previously said: "We feel better after crying because we are literally crying it out.
I still had the task of examining her eyes to determine if indeed she had any visual impairment and if crying had caused it or contributed to it in anyway.
Crying is a human impulse as opposed to a gender-restricted instinct.
* "R" is for resists soothing--babies may not stop crying no matter what is tried.
The times I remember crying at the Eucharist when the kids were little were the times I went to church without the kids.
But these moments became an eye-opener for me; I realized that crying is not a sign of fragility, but a sign of strength.
We cry as a response to life, surely, but on a more profound level, our crying also defines life.
"We may learn more from looking at cultures where there is less crying — (including) whether this may be due to parenting or other factors relating to pregnancy experiences or genetics."
"My husband called the police and we went up into my flat and he was still crying like crazy.
At the time, he said: "First of all, nobody makes anyone cry, crying is a personal choice.
At the time, he told Digital Spy: "First of all, nobody makes anyone cry, crying is a personal choice.