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    If I'm stressed I cry, if I can't understand one question on my homework I cry, if someone talks to me in a slightly raised tone of voice I can already feel the tears starting to well up. Why is this? I feel so stupid and weak but I literally cannot help it
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    how old are you
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    I'm literally the same
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    is there something going on in your personal and private life that's affecting you?
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    (Original post by _princessxox)
    I'm literally the same
    anything u wanna talk about
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    same....
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    (Original post by Ray_Shadows)
    anything u wanna talk about
    lmao no I'm just a baby
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    (Original post by _princessxox)
    lmao no I'm just a baby
    i'm sure ur not , maybe there's something you're not aware of that is upsetting u
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    I’m practically the same, I just break down and cry sometimes for no reason
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    I don’t know a human being on the planet who doesn’t cry over stuff ; I broke a nail last week and honestly had a break down . It’s all relative though isn’t it , some people shed tears easier than others . Doesn’t mean anything bad don’t worry x
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    (Original post by Ray_Shadows)
    i'm sure ur not , maybe there's something you're not aware of that is upsetting u
    I think I'm just easily stressed and instead of getting incredibly frustrated I prefer to cry, but crying isn't a big deal for me I can cry on demand sometimes lol
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    i hate being an angry crier loooool trying to get my point across but no one can tell what im saying
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    (Original post by shezzax)
    i hate being an angry crier loooool trying to get my point across but no one can tell what im saying
    this is me lmao
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    (Original post by _princessxox)
    I think I'm just easily stressed and instead of getting incredibly frustrated I prefer to cry, but crying isn't a big deal for me I can cry on demand sometimes lol
    oh well that's sad to hear , hope everything turns out ok
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    (Original post by _princessxox)
    I think I'm just easily stressed and instead of getting incredibly frustrated I prefer to cry, but crying isn't a big deal for me I can cry on demand sometimes lol
    I think I’m an amazing crier. I don’t understand how my parents still believe me half the time uno
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    Oh, boo-hoo.
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    I'm like this too with certain things. If you have a lot of built up anxiety or stress in your personal life or low self esteem, then that could be a reason for the excessive crying and it might be worth looking into treating.
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    (Original post by lmaooome)
    I think I’m an amazing crier. I don’t understand how my parents still believe me half the time uno
    I got a parking ticket and cried my way out of it
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    (Original post by shezzax)
    i hate being an angry crier loooool trying to get my point across but no one can tell what im saying
    I cry when I get angry. It's so ****ing embarrassing.
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    I cry when I get angry. It's so ****ing embarrassing.
    alie just let me slay and walk out in style looking like a boss not niagara falls
 
 
 
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