I sometimes get upset and cry because my boyfriend has an annoyed tone of voice. Do you know how I could stop myself from feeling upset when my boyfriend gets annoyed? (More in the extended question.) [more inside]
I need a good cry. I've tried sad movies, sad songs, but nothing works any more. [more inside]
I feel many emotions when I am listening to music - happiness, melancholy, goosebump-y, etc. - but I rarely find albums that can bring me to tears. I just bought a Non-English album that brought me to (mostly joyful) tears many times; the experience was almost cathartic. Please give me songs (in any language, or even without any singing) that provoked a strong emotional response in you the first time you heard it - I'm talking powerful feelings like awe, joy, sadness, etc. that would make you tear up or outright cry. Details inside. [more inside]
My partner gets angry when I cry sometimes and I don't understand why. [more inside]
We're looking for iconic/popular images of people having fun and want to photoshop in a crying kid (all in good fun!). What are your suggestions? [more inside]
I am an epic ugly crier, and I cry incredibly easily. I have always been this way, and a lot of my family are the same way. We attribute it to my grandmother, who we always joked must have her tear ducts connected to her bladder. Happy things, sad things, frustration, excitement. Not pain for some reason, but just about any emotion will make me cry. When I really get going I hyperventillate, lose the ability to talk (relating to the hyperventilating I guess), my skin goes super blotchy, and man... it is just ugly. And it takes a long time to calm back down. Added bonus is that I usually top all this off with an epic cry headache afterwards. This is a problem because I am getting married in a month and I seriously don't want to be ugly crying my face off the entire time. As it stands I can't even READ the ceremony without getting teary. I have no idea how I am ever going to get through saying my vows. [more inside]
We are at totally different ends of the emotional spectrum, are we doomed? [more inside]
My eyes water when I poop. Is this normal? [more inside]
I want to be able to control when I become emotional and when I hold it together. Ever since meeting my first Russian orphans in 1999, my heart has grown progressively more tender and I "come to tears" very easily. In the Russian culture, a man crying is extremely rare and frankly not at all understood by the typical Russian young person. Once, during a tearful conversation with a precious girl I met in '99 and consider as a daughter, she actually asked my interpreter, "Is there something wrong with him? Maybe a neurological or psychiatric illness of some sort?" Can someone suggest how I can develop mastery over my emotional expression? A book? A therapist? Hypnosis? [more inside]
Why have I become so damn weepy in my 30's? [more inside]
How to keep daily family friction from escalating into end of the world drama daily? [more inside]
Lastminutedisasterfilter: Are there any places to stay in Bellingham, WA tonight? [more inside]
How do I stop crying at work-related criticism? [more inside]
What movie/TV show is this quote from. "You want to know what I do in there? I cry" [more inside]
How can I clean myself up after a proper crying and get back in the office? [more inside]
Do me a favor here... make me cry. Or at least a little verlklempt. I would like to add to my collection of videos that get me a little choked up or emotional. [more inside]
I need a badass battle cry. [more inside]
Where can I find a recording of the cry or call or shriek or squeak of the common European mole, Talpa Europaea?
Help us figure out why our five-day-old son has been screaming for the last four hours. (Other than just being a big baby, I mean.) [more inside]
When I cry vigorously I get a sweet taste in my mouth. Why?
My shrink says I need to cry. I'm not very skilled at this - it's been over 4 yrs - so I thought a good way to start would be watching a few tearjerkers: any recommendations? [more inside]
Is there a reason I get teary-eyed when I find myself in even the most remotely serious situation? [more inside]
The other night my wife and I heard a creature calling in the woods, near our house, for about half an hour. It was an alarming cry that neither of us have heard after a lifetime of living in the woods of central Virginia. Naturally, we recorded the sound (190k MP3) knowing we could just Ask Metafilter. Can anybody ID this critter?
How does one cry? [more inside]
I just watched Schindler's List and it made me cry like a frickin' baby. What other movie's make even the stounchest heart break into uncontrollable sobbing?