4 responses to “Crybaby”

  1. Susan H.

    Crying is a form of emotional release. People who cry easily are in touch with their inner self, and at least to me, it means they are not willing to disconnect from the world.

  2. Felicia

    Hey Loretta,

    I’m not much of a crier. I do, on occasion, cry over movies, happy and sad. I am known, however, to let the waterworks flow over a good laugh. That I find to be a little embarrassing.

    I am guilty of teasing my known-to-cry-easily relatives. If there’s a gathering and they don’t shed a tear before the evening is over, I ask if they’re okay. I’ve come to expect crying from certain people, and when it doesn’t happen, my world is off kilter.

    As I age I realize people are who they are. If I can’t accept them for who they are, then I don’t need to be around them (and visa versa). So Loretta, cry on if you feel the need to cry. Cry proudly! 🙂

Leave a Reply