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Crying helps to ease your emotional pain

Crying helps to ease emotional pain


The body is just like any other mechanical machine except that it is more complex, and is created by a supreme God and not an ordinary man. Every mechanical machine when broken has to be repaired by an experienced person but when it comes to the human body it has it own self-repairable mechanism once it is properly maintained.

When pressure is built up within the body it has to release those pressure in order to avoid physical health problems, The process by which this is done is call crying.
Within the scientific world crying is term as an uttering of inarticulate sobbing in which tears is shed (fluid in the eyes) in response to an emotional state, such as anger; happiness; and sadness.
Studies done has shown that crying serves several biochemical purposes, such as relieving stress; this observation is very welcoming as it explains the reason why people cries during cheerful periods, as well as painful periods.

There is not one person on Earth who is immune from crying,  meanwhile, women seem to cry more often than men, some say it's because a woman is more emotional but in the aspect of men, it is viewed that crying is a sign of weakness. This saying has caused so much hurt among men and even cause them to also hurt others, all these events happen because they bottle up all their emotional issues to a level in which the body can not contain and when it erupts its wreak havoc. It is very wise not to suppress your emotion because it will affect you down the road.

There are two wise quotes the first from Golda Meir that says, "Those who don't know how to weep with their whole heart, don't know how to laugh either". the other is written by Sri Chinmay that says, "Do not try to approach God with your thinking mind. It may only stimulate your intellectual ideas, activities, and beliefs. Try to approach God with your crying heart. It will awaken your soulful, spiritual consciousness.

Every day each individual is faced with all sort of challenges but, don't forget to cry because it helps. Whenever I am challenged with issues that pressure me from every side, I normally cry until my whole body would shiver but, at the end, I would feel a sense of relief that I can't explain. So, share your situation with a friend, family or your Pastor;  cry if you feel like crying, although person around you might feel uncomfortable but, remember if you don't cry it can cause future physical and psychological problems.

Finally, no one is perfect, we all have our own problems, you won't be the first in history to cry so, don't be ashamed because at the end of the day you are the one who is going through your situation.
I am sure after you finish pouring out your heart in prayer and tears it will help to ease your emotional pain.

Now that you know why people cries and how essential it is in relieving stress, what are you going to do with the information, it's up to you.

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