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12/01/2011 05:40 PM

I thought this was so true for us suffering...

wheredidigo

cry
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12/01/2011 06:27 PM
PrincessButterfly

Lisa,

That is beautiful.......thanks! Kissing


12/01/2011 06:42 PM
happycampc

Love it. Smile

12/02/2011 02:07 AM
Clarita
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What soap is for the body, tears are for the soul Smile

c


12/02/2011 10:47 AM
gz55

lisa ~ love it! i like to cry in the shower as well!!!

12/02/2011 05:45 PM
wheredidigo

I try so hard to not cry~

I really hate appearing weak.

Its always been a downfall

of mine..

But there are days...

If I were a cryer~

I would cry my days away..


12/02/2011 06:26 PM
PrincessButterfly

Lisa,

I used to think the same way.

I used to think that crying was a sign of being weak.

It is not being weak. It is being human.

It is okay to cry. It is healthy to cry....it is a release.

You are such a good person. Crying is no different than laughing.

Just a different emotion. Think about it. Wink


12/02/2011 07:03 PM
oregonnative
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Lisa, Princess is so right. It is okay to cry. Nothing to be ashamed of, ever. But, crying aloneis the lonliest thing in the world, so let us cry with you, and then when you feel better, we can smile and laugh with you too. Smile

warm fuzzy hugs,

Karen


12/02/2011 07:19 PM
wheredidigo

thank you7

Thats so very kind of both of you

to say Smile

I was raised to not cry...

{{{HUGS}}}

to you PrincessButterfly

and to you Karen!


12/02/2011 07:43 PM
gz55

i hate to cry in front of people ~ don't know why exactly. i'm sure there's some deep, deep psychological reason!!!

don't see it as a weakness though ~ always feel so much better afterwards.

and karen's right about sharing all our emotions here ~ a safe,warm, accepting place.

love you guys bunches!!!!

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