"Life is an opportunity, benefit from it. Life is beauty, admire it. Life is bliss, taste it. Life is a dream, realize it. Life is a challenge, meet it. Life is a duty, complete it. Life is a game, play it. Life is a promise, fulfill it. Life is sorrow, overcome it. Life is a song, sing it. Life is a struggle, accept it. Life is a tragedy, confront it. Life is an adventure, dare it. Life is luck, make it. Life is too precious, do not destroy it. Life is life, fight for it" -- Mother Teresa

Saturday, March 7, 2009

~Why does a women cry?~

        Why does a woman cry?

To express the love she carries inside,

Why does a woman weep?

To express the injustice she sees,

Why does she fear?

To express gratitude she feels inside,

Why does she sob?

To express the sadness she feels,

Why does she bawl?

To express frustration pent inside,

Why does she sob?

To express the joy she feels inside,

Why does she tear?

To express the hurt she feels!!

Whether or not people cry as adults may have much to do with the way their society treats tears. In many societies, tears in men are only acceptable at a few occasions, perhaps a funeral. This is unfortunate indeed; especially when boy children are told not to cry regularly, and many men have felt cut off from expressing emotions of grief that could help them heal from emotional wounds. Instead anger becomes the preferred emotion because it is more “male,” and men may need to work very long and hard to access the grief behind anger.


Women, conversely, may cry more easily not simply because they release more prolactin, but because conventionally, their society accepts their crying. When people cry, especially women, they may be viewed as “emotional” as though this is a negative characteristic. On the other hand, most therapists will point out that crying is likely to be a great way to release an emotional response and restore the mind to a quieter place. The man who bottles his emotions may ultimately be more negatively emotional than the woman who lets her emotions out in the release of crying.

Despite these theories, no single answer exists as to why people cry from emotional and physical pain. Having the tear ducts well up with unshed tears is much more easily explained when something is bothering your eyes. There is suggestion though that there are both nature/nurture reasons for why people cry. Women may have more prolactin, but in some cultures men can be found weeping and sobbing just as openly as women. There may be evolutionary, cultural and physiological components all combined to explain our tears. Women cry not out of weakness, femininity, or the such of dreaded antiquated, terribly obsolete and clique thinking. Thinking that is sadly part and parcel of bygone eras that not only saw the oppression of not only many females, but males as well. Woman cry because they are more understanding, empathic and sympathetic to what is going around them. Many males tend to be pushed by ego, testoterone and don't show the same levels of empathy, sensitivity and understanding. With males, it may manifest in different ways-and yes, guys do cry. But woman tend to mature emotionally quicker than men, and therefore tend to have a higher level of emotional growth, which includes crying.


Women feel a deeper sense of reality and view of the world from being mothers, having mothers and other strong female relatives or role models, and generally seeing the world through unfiltered eyes that aren't ruled by ego, machoism and bravado that many males still worship in one way or another. This allows them to feel more sorrow and therefore...tears. Having a strong female line has helped many women reach a level of enlightenment and evolutionary growth through the generations, that many males are now really just starting to experience and the tears that go with it.


What is understood is that crying, especially in periods of grief or strong emotion, is often emotionally beneficial, as long as the person does not feel guilty for having displayed such emotion. So ladies, if you feel like crying, cry out & be yourself!!~

p/s : There's no harm in crying & it's a natural thingy so guys out there who thinks it's an irritating habit, place yourself in our shoes & understand our feelingz. Adioz!!~


  1. introduction um conclusion um padichithen..

    mathetha aprum padicitu comment potuderan.. ippo tookem varethe.. toonge poren. :P

  2. Its a good one..head of to you my little sis