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"I just watched a YouTube video by a very popular member entitled Girls Are Weird, Why Do They Cry for No Apparent Reason? His girlfriend was in the video and they were talking about an instance that actually happened when she started crying, and could not explain why. Their conclusion was that girls cry for no reason and are strange. While I believe that women do cry for reasons they cannot explain, I do not believe women cry for no reason at all. (Note: I am using the word women instead of girls for all intent and purposes, my use of the word women include girls from 16 to 50. I have never seen an older woman cry for no reason). Here are the reasons that I (a woman) believe that women cry. Exhaustion: You may have noticed that many performers have been known to collapse and end up in the hospital in the middle of a tour due to exhaustion and frustration. This is an extreme kind of tired experienced by someone who has worked too hard and has not had time to relax. This kind of tired will even make a grown man cry, he just will not do it in front of you. Frustration: Have you ever heard a woman say she had a good cry? Well chances are she cried from frustration, and the act of crying relieved the frustration. She will cry until she cannot cry anymore, with reasons being anything, or nothing at all, and arise from her soaking wet pillow ready to face anything the world can dish out.

Lack of Control: Women often find that they have these mysterious crying fits when in new relationships. They often blame their crying on hormones. The truth is that they are in a situation, which they do not know how to control. As exciting as a new relationship is, not knowing what is going to come next can be extremely frustrating and unsettling and lead to an unexplainable crying fit. Extreme Happiness: Emotion is emotion and tears are tears. Women will cry just as easily from extreme joy as they will sadness. So if you walk into the room, and she bursts into tears, do not worry. She may just be happy to see you. "
Are My Kids Crying for No Reason? When my son was six, he played on a soccer team for the first time. They were a good team and seemed to win game after game. During the last game of the year, they started to lose. My son started crying which was not a surprise to me and ran off the field into my chest. I was able to calm him down enough to go back out there; but, the rest of the game, he was a mess. After the game was over, his coach, a sweet and well-intentioned woman, told me that I shouldn t let him be so hard on himself. I told her I would work on it, but really it had nothing to do with that at all. It wasn t that he felt like he failed or didn t play well.

The reason he was crying was a combination of frustration and hurt from losing. Those emotions combined with a level of sensitivity equals a blowout. Kids cry for a variety of reasons. Are there ever kids crying for no reason? Probably not, but sometimes it is over the smallest things which can be confusing for a parent to address. If your kid cries all of the time, it is helpful to know what is going on below the surface. Here are several common reasons kids cry and how to address it: This is probably the most common. When my kids lose it, I normally see a yawn in the midst or right after. , but somehow I expect my kids to act differently. Kids get tired quicker when they do not have a routine. Try to keep regular bedtimes. When dinner ends, start preparing them for good sleep. Limit the things after dinner that stimulate them, such as sugar intake and screen time (TV, computer, iPad, video games). This is the second reason I evaluate. If kids aren t getting enough attention from their parents, they will tend to act out to get what they are missing. It s not always good to immediately respond to tears or they may start using it as a means to get attention. However, it is a reminder for me to be more proactive in making time for them or being more present and focused on them when I m home. Work at having some one-on-one time each day to talk.

Even if it is just 15 minutes that makes a difference in them feeling individually cared for. Developmentally kids aren t able to think abstractly until sometime in high school. At times, they will get a flood of emotion without being able to communicate or even know why. Kids need to know that there is nothing wrong with their emotions and sensitivity. [ ] Those are good things. They enable us to connect, grow our loveВ and have empathy for others. They don t need to cut off those emotions or become less sensitive. What they need are techniques to manage their emotions because there are people, particularly other kids, who are unsafe to be vulnerable with. Work with them on ways they can calm themselves down. You are making them do something they don t want to do. Whether it is cleaning their room or running errands, the tears come probably with a tantrum. Overcoming their willful opposition is critical in these moments. They need to know that they are not in charge and for good reason. This can be a deep-seated issue. Perhaps a traumatic experience where the emotions are easily triggered. They may feel a lack of security if there have been foundational changes in their life like a divorce or moving to a new town. If crying occurs often from anxiety and fear, I would advise seeing a counselor. You may also like.

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