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Whether it be happy or sad, what makes you tearful?

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      Linda L wrote Nov 20, 2013
    • Today a fab friend showed in her messages and comments to me that she truly cares about me. Thank you Dianne!




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      Tuliplady wrote Nov 20, 2013
    • I’m not a very tearful person.




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      Mzd3 wrote Nov 21, 2013
    • When I’m so stressed I’m at my breaking point, crying helps relieve the pressure.
      And when my sweet grandson tells me he loves me or is happy I’m with him, makes my eyes teary, oh how I love that kid !
      Linda, I do care ,  I’m here anytime estatic




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Nov 21, 2013
    • I cry pretty easily. The other day, one of my classmates showed me a photo of her with her fiance as he was receiving an award for drunk driving arrests and they looked so sweet together and she was so proud of him I started to tear up. I felt silly but, that’s just me. Anything sentimental makes me cry.




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      Marya1961 wrote Nov 21, 2013
    • It makes me cry terribly when an innocent child or creature has been injured and abused.  Verbal, mental, emotional, physical abuse of any kind towards the innocent is not tolerated in my book.frown

      Happy crying can come in any form for me, particularly someone being told they are Cancer free, given a pat on the back for working hard, a smile from someone when you give them a helping hand.heart

      And, I always cry from laughing too hard.estatic




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      Linda L wrote Nov 21, 2013
    • Thank you ladies for your replies. Crying is good for the soul.




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      Daphne wrote Dec 8, 2013
    • Ten+ years later, I STILL get tearful when remembering the phone call my father made to me after the one he made to tell me that his cancer was terminal and the doctor’s prognosis was 6-12 months.  About 20 minutes after we hung up from the initial phone call, Dad called me back to “make sure you‘re okay.” That phone call defined the depth of love, concern and devotion my father felt for me.




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      Linda L wrote Dec 8, 2013
    • Daphne, thank you for sharing! That was so touching. heart




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