They say that tears are memories or words that spill from our eyes and run down our cheeks. I must have either a lot of memories and words, because I’ve been a crier my entire life. I cry when I’m happy, I cry when I’m sad, I cry when I see others cry; I’m sure you’re picking up what I’m putting down.
I guess my question is, why most individuals first instinct is to say, “Don’t cry” or hug them? I get it, I’m guilty of both, however telling someone to cry when they need to get their pent up emotions out is like expecting someone to hold their pee. It’s eventually going to come out, and potentially could cause further harm to that person. So cry those tears and release those feelings, emotions, memories, and words that are screaming “let me out”.
1.) That deep breath you take after a good cry
2.) Being ok not being ok
3.) Daylight past 7 pm
4.) Time with loved ones
5.) Tight hugs that you don’t ever want to end
6.) Helping others
7.) Unconditional love
8.) Elise Corinne, my beautiful daughter 💗💗
9.) Jamie, I am so very proud of you and to call you my wife ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
10.) Being proud of who you are, no matter what! Happy pride month to everyone, especially those that are still scared of being true to yourself.
Showing emotions does not make you weak by any means; it shows that you feel, and that you aren’t ashamed to let others know. And if no one has told you they love you today, I love you. Yours truly,