How do you stop yourself crying in an argument?

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Please help. Whenever I'm in trouble or an argument, I can never say my point because I instantly feel like crying.
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Idk but I usually tell myself if you cry then you lose or I tell myself something that makes me angry bc when I get angry I can’t cry or I tell myself if I don’t cry I’ll treat myself to cheesecake🤠👍🏾Anyways hope one of those helps you
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Please help. Whenever I'm in trouble or an argument, I can never say my point because I instantly feel like crying.
Maybe it’s because you get emotional really easily, I’d say try and take more deep breaths and remember that an argument is just an argument and that you’ll have forgotten about it by the next day.
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Imagine the other person is big fat pig on the toilet.

Not kidding you, it works.
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Idk but I usually tell myself if you cry then you lose or I tell myself something that makes me angry bc when I get angry I can’t cry or I tell myself if I don’t cry I’ll treat myself to cheesecake🤠👍🏾Anyways hope one of those helps you
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Maybe it’s because you get emotional really easily, I’d say try and take more deep breaths and remember that an argument is just an argument and that you’ll have forgotten about it by the next day.
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Imagine the other person is big fat pig on the toilet.

Not kidding you, it works.
Ok, thank you! I will try all of these!
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It’s okay to cry. Why try to fight it? It’s okay to cry as long as you know it is going to be okay in the end
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Please help. Whenever I'm in trouble or an argument, I can never say my point because I instantly feel like crying.
omg sameeee this happens to me tooo its so bad lol
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Please help. Whenever I'm in trouble or an argument, I can never say my point because I instantly feel like crying.
I've never felt the urge to cry in an argument (I'm male though)

I do sometimes feel an urge to hit people though......., like it was some random person in the street i was arguing with
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have you ever just :boxing:someone

(Original post by ANM775)
I've never felt the urge to cry in an argument (I'm male though)

I do sometimes feel an urge to hit people though......., like it was some random person in the street i was arguing with
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have you ever just :boxing:someone
This thread is taking an unexpectedly dark turn...
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Ngl that's adorable... (sry I know it's not relevant)
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I hate arguing myself, for similar reasons.
If I'm annoyed I can really get my point across. But if I'm arguing because I'm upset.....I literally can't speak and I just have to hide because it's embarrassing.
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Me too though, sometimes when my friends, siblings, or even parents yell or be serious with me I break down in tears.
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Remind yourself that it's the person in front of you who should be worried that they'd start crying and that THEY'RE the ones trying to prove themselves to you because YOU are correct. (But please don't be ignorant in an argument, you might actually be in the wrong lmao). Anyway, keep your head up queen/king.
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i cry when im mad too
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(Original post by Moonlight rain)
It’s okay to cry. Why try to fight it? It’s okay to cry as long as you know it is going to be okay in the end
(Original post by Qxi.xli)
omg sameeee this happens to me tooo its so bad lol
(Original post by ANM775)
I've never felt the urge to cry in an argument (I'm male though)

I do sometimes feel an urge to hit people though......., like it was some random person in the street i was arguing with
(Original post by Katya_93)
I hate arguing myself, for similar reasons.
If I'm annoyed I can really get my point across. But if I'm arguing because I'm upset.....I literally can't speak and I just have to hide because it's embarrassing.
(Original post by CatGentleman)
Ngl that's adorable... (sry I know it's not relevant)
(Original post by rawrspamz)
Me too though, sometimes when my friends, siblings, or even parents yell or be serious with me I break down in tears.
Thanks for all the comments! It feels nice knowing others can relate.
ANM775 - how do you know I'm female? Men cry too.
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ANM775 - how do you know I'm female? Men cry too.
Tone of the post, also your posting style suggests you are female.

I'm very good at discerning people's gender from just their posts.
I'm right about 75% of the time.

Feminist women is where i'm most likely to make a mistake as many of the more agitated ones have a male posting style
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(Original post by BrokeHistoria)
have you ever just :boxing:someone
Yes, 6 months ago ..some man at the shopping centre

He deserved it though, several people in the crowd were telling me to do it too......
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