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I don't know why I am that emotional. I am emotional when I have to clear space for the ambulance or when some people clap and cheer for one person or when I am around people, who are prior to 50 years old. I am always thinking that they have to die soon. I am emotional in sad/very nice/mean film scenes. In these moments I always have to pull myself together not to cry. Sometimes I can't controll myself and my eyes well up with tears. I have to weep, when I am chuffed about something (like to see someone who i saw last time 2 month or more ago) and I also have to weep when someone is mean to me or angry with me or even shouting at me. Sometimes I am only thinking about something that affects me and i am close to tears again. And I ALWAYS have to cry when someone else is crying. What is wrong with me?

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  • i once read the following : "I used to dislike being sensitive. I thought it made me weak. But take away that single trait, and you take away the very essence of who I am. You take away my conscience, my ability to empathize, my intuition, my creativity, my deep appreciation of the little things, my vivid inner life, my keen awareness to others pain and my passion for it all." absolutely nothing is wrong with you. :)

  • You are very emphatic in a world that gets less and less empathic. A few hundred years ago, you would have been the norm. It's not bad to be emotional. In fact, that's what being human is about. At least us humans like to think so. Feeling the pain and the sorrow of others, being able to relate and to express your feelings freely. It's sad that crying is considered showing weakness nowadays. It isn't. You aren't weak, but strong for sharing the grief of others. And while I always try not to cry in public and am seen as a very tough person by everyone but my very close friends and family, here's my own little confession, just for you: I cry like a b*tch when I watch Disney Movies.

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