How often do you cry?

I'm a pretty emotional person and I am just curious about how much other people cry, or strongly express the emotions they feel. I find the various types of people quite interesting. I think it's fascinating how people deal with their problems and emotions in different ways.

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nawtynuff8 years ago
In all honesty, I'm generally not too emotional in regard to humans around me, even in death. I am however, prone to well up if I see an animal suffering. And though it is very seldom, sometimes music can sometimes be a trigger too. However I wouldn't really describe the emotion I have as full on crying, as it's generally just some very watery eyes and at the most a few tears running down my cheek.
Same here.......I never cry when on the news a person got killed in some horrible way, even when my Grandpa died who I was very close to I didn't cry. For some odd reason, animal's suffering is the only thing that really get's to me.
blondiefan7 years ago
mostly at funerals but other times i just feel really sad when something out of the ordinary happens. Although I am a male I feel and display emotion just like anyone else and cry just like anyone else so the answer to the question is; whenever i feel pain and hurt which is often
Twice a day. Once in the morning when I wake up and realize I have to go to work, and once in the evening when I check my lottery ticket and learn that I have to wake up and go to work in the morning. No joke.
skunkbait8 years ago
As a fairly "manly" man, I usually only cry at funerals (or immediately near the death of a loved one). But I certainly don't hold it against others who are more able to shed tears. Probably the only time in the last 15 years that I've cried (not related to a loved ones' death), was when I thought I was going to die (Dengue fever). I got pretty emotional about all the things I'd left undone, and all the people I needed to tell that I loved them. I wasn't really sad or even worrried for myself, but I just can't stand leaving important "relationship business" unfinished.