Everybody has cried in their life at least once right? And if you have a brother or sister they you usually would just be annoyed or something and always know why they cried. But when seeing an older person cry you would wonder, what is the reason that could cause this to happen.

Relationship issue

When I see a grown person cry or someone around my age cry the first thing I assume is that they had a relationship issue or they been dumped. Having these problems can cause the person’s emotions to rise up and then they would just release tears.

Releasing emotions

Something that is common that can cause people to tear up would be having issues releasing their emotions. The easiest way for people to release their emotions is for them to cry and it does help a lot.

Cutting onions

It would be obvious that one of the only reasons you see someone crying in the kitchen would be because they are cutting an onion. The reason for this is because the skin of the onion contains amino acid sulfoxides in the onion cell. Both the enzymes and the sulfenic acids are kept separately in the cells. When you cut the onion, the otherwise separate enzymes start mixing and produce propanethiol S-oxide, which is a volatile sulphur compound that starts wafting towards your eyes.

Understanding the tears

Mostly what people think is that, if you cry you are weak. Well there are some people who knows that people cry not because they are weak but because they know how much those tears can help them heal and aren’t afraid to embarrassed.

Prevent others from running from feelings

People that like to cry are actually better than people who don’t cry that much. The people who cry a lot invites or shows to the people around them whether it’s friends or not they let them also join in the emotion releasing moment.


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