Overly emotional, theatrical?

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    I know is late right now, but I just always thought about how I produce happy tears to hypothetical moments or certain music. I don't know if I'm crazy or something for being too 'optimistic/happy'. I've been working on writing my fiction book that's catered to people who like teen/young adult romances.

    Does anyone on here cry tears of joy easily to hypothetical moments and certain music?

    Despite being emotionally numb for a good while now I still tend to find myself tearing up during the experiences you describe, so I'd say it's normal.
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