It definitely is. Sometimes things are so emotional we don't know how to express them and rid negative energy through any other means except crying ♥
So, after a whole bunch of really bad emotional upheaval stuff over the last couple of weeks about my ex Girlfriend, we met together for a talk, during which I ended up bawling like a little kid.
First time I've cried since year 8 (about 14/15 years).
I can see why people recommend it, definitely a cathartic experience
After a rough stint and patch of grey while seeing red and blue with my ex gf, current unofficial gf, and possibly more to come in the future gf - all rolled into one; there have been so many songs that I have listened to that just hit a spot that was like... AHH! HOW DOES (insert band-song here [usually Beatles or Clapton]) KNOW EXACTLY HOW I FEEL!!!!! And from there I don't feel so alone... Or even when songs are such happy songs and it makes me think towards the future... Another tear jerker when you hear such words being expressed in such an artistic and poetic form that it makes one melt! Its not like I want to feel that way; its just an uber power emotion that decides it doesn't matter what I want to feel and just makes me feel that way.
Either way.. It is pretty intense sometimes and can the only thing left to do.
I have been doing a lot of that lately. I feel like I am being pulled in two different directions. Often I feel better after a good cry.
Sometimes crying is the release we need. There's something about totally breaking down in tears that humbles you, I think, and makes you totally and utterly human for that moment.
Creu Gwir fel gwydr o ffwrnais awen...
"Belief is a beautiful armour/But makes for the heaviest sword..." - John Mayer
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I find myself crying more often than not out of frustration than actual sadness. Once I've gotten it out of my system I can focus on fixing things or moving forward.
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