Do real men cry or is this just cope?

Do real men cry or is this just cope?

  1. 4 weeks ago

    everyone cries. Men. Women. Children. Elderly.

  2. 4 weeks ago
  3. 4 weeks ago

    Everyone cries sometimes. Context matters.though.

    Adults don't blubber like children if that's what you mean.

  4. 4 weeks ago

    Hey man, emotions just come to us without even asking for them. In such chaotic place that is life with all his possibilites happening at once (aka in the present) is plausible that there's going to be events that causes us to wonder:
    why i am feeling all this?
    why me?
    Is this disconfort so great i can't see the point on keep on trying anymore?

    And these questions came up since humans began to think really, each society fullfilled these answers with complex theories like religion, philosophy or just distractions like art

    I am not gonna tell you why people suffer, no one gets the full picture to answer this question without fragmenting reality, but, just be compassionate with yourself and realize:

    -You're a concious being, that generates feelings, that reflects said feelings, that is confused for what he is and what he is not and sometimes gets overwhelmed by it all.

    And so is everyone around you, but no one exposes their vulnerabilites.

    I hope you atleast find some sense on what to do next and good luck tho

  5. 4 weeks ago

    i actually cried last night, but i honestly forgot about what exactly, something deep in my unconscious that disappeared when i woke up
    occasionally the "filter" comes off when i'm (half) asleep, then the waterworks start
    >real men
    it's normal to have emotions, it makes you human rather than mechanical. don't betray your nature
    crying is cathartic and shouldn't be repressed

  6. 4 weeks ago

    Yeah, but I've regretted the act every time I did it in front of someone, never ended well and I had to shape up quick to salvage the situation. Definitely keep it private unless it's with a bro you can trust.

  7. 4 weeks ago

    It's normal everyone cries. Although when you're an adult people expect you not to cry in public because people are sociopathic.

  8. 4 weeks ago

    Men cry and women fart

    Welcome to not being 7 years old anymore

    • 4 weeks ago


      Finding things that are genuinely beautiful enough to cry at is something I've become addicted to. Oddly enough, anime seems to fit the ticket more than anything else.

  9. 4 weeks ago

    Men don't let other people wether they should cry or not. If someone has a problem with you crying, then they're just trash you can ignore.

  10. 4 weeks ago

    Crying is absolutely normal. Sometimes life feels heavy on our shoulders, or our emotions become too much to hold, so it's ok, maybe healthy even, to let it out and express it.

    HOWEVER, as people grow older, they are expected to develop some emotional control, so as to not cry over things that aren't really deserving of it. I'm not talking about stuff like the death of someone you love, or just high amounts of sadness and/or stress, but rather things like crying over a slight frustration or annoyance (i.e: crying rivers because you lost at a game). We gotta steel and brace ourselves, and move on.

    In short, it's important to think about the reason why you feel like crying. Only you can tell, but think about the reason behind the need for tears. Talk to other people that are willing to help, let them know how you feel.

  11. 4 weeks ago

    but crying at a funeral of someone you didnt know or even at a wedding (some may be even faking it) socially acceptable in other situations where there might be a much stronger reason its not. if you someone crying dont judge them, you dont know the full the full story. crying *easily* is a sign of weakness emotiona immaturity or instability. crying deliberately for attention or empathy is homosexualry.

  12. 4 weeks ago

    they do but it's icky

  13. 4 weeks ago

    I don't know if I am a "real man" since I lack values and am not some uber successful chad, I am a nobody.
    I shed tears yesterday but kept it to myself, because the truth is that nobody gives a fuck, and it doesn't solve anything. I also punched a wall because of my frustration with myself, this is exactly the kind of shit that makes me not want to be emotional and be stoic, because once emotions poison your reasoning, you become undone with irrational bullshit.
    Crying in front of others, especially women, is pathetic, don't believe the hype. What women mean (my opinion) when they say they want a man who is "open" is a man who is able to verbalize his thoughts and opinions in a healthy manner, a man who understands himself in every sense of the word, doesn't lose composure because he knows exactly who he is and where he stands, not some whiny loser who mopes and whines to avoid responsibility and accountability.

  14. 4 weeks ago

    I cried when my mom died in my arms.

  15. 4 weeks ago

    i have yet to regret being open and honest with myself. talking about trauama with others has backfired countless times.

  16. 4 weeks ago

    I'm emotionally stunted and is unable to cry when I need it the most for years now (though I do randomly cry but I can't rely solely on that trigger). What should I do? I was just being forced to resigned from my part time job due to being backstabbed ny my supervisors and ultra depressed but unable to cry and it's so painful.

  17. 4 weeks ago

    We find a right place to let it out.

  18. 3 weeks ago

    We don't have right to cry.
    The only times we are allowed to cry is when a member of our nmediate family pass away.

  19. 3 weeks ago

    Real men want to cry but physically can’t

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