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  • I cry daily to express hurt feelings

    1 0.91%
  • I cry easily and frequently

    25 22.73%
  • I cry sometimes, neither easily nor with difficulty

    39 35.45%
  • It's somewhat hard for me to cry

    24 21.82%
  • It's VERY hard for me to cry, even when someone dies

    14 12.73%
  • I tend to cry to release anger more than sadness

    24 21.82%
  • I cry over works of beauty or sentiment

    35 31.82%
  • I cry at toliet paper commericals with puppies and children in them

    8 7.27%
  • I don't know

    9 8.18%
  • I hate polls

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Thread: INFP ONLY: Crying

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    Every since I started doing volunteer firefighting I cry a lot more. It took a close brush with death to realise that tomorrow is not guaranteed for anyone. I think about all my loved ones everyday and that makes me cry, but they are tears of joy, just knowing that they are in my life and have been in my life is beautiful.

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    I cry frequently, and easily both to release anger and sadness.

    I don't cry over puppies and stuff though, never cried out of happiness (except that one orgasm time lol).

    I don't cry infront of people easily though, might get a bit teary eyed and melancholy at times, but I swallow it all back down for a more quiet private cry later on.

    I'm such a cry baby. :P
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    I just wanted to pop in this thread and say I love all you INFPs you can all cry on my sweater if you need to. I have a whole line of custom sweaters for this purpose

    crying is a constructive thing

    beauty as well as pain makes me cry

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyramid View Post
    I just wanted to pop in this thread and say I love all you INFPs you can all cry on my sweater if you need to. I have a whole line of custom sweaters for this purpose

    crying is a constructive thing

    beauty as well as pain makes me cry


    Aw! I like you lol

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    I answered with I cry over beauty and sentiment, that seems to be (mostly) the only time I cry. Two exceptions, I cried in pure frustration, a couple of weeks ago, and at xmas, because my life was crumbling away before me (facing potential homelessness and extreme poverty.) I may have cried after I was offered my current job, I didn't notice though att. That maybe doesn't count, extreme circumstances evoke extreme responses.
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    voted for the beauty sentiment one and I am glad that lots of others do this to. The most recent time was during Avatar haha. Unless I suppress my emotions completely I get a lil teary eyed during these types of movies all the time. It's not CRYING its more just letting my eyes water up a bit...i always have a lil smile on when this happens too

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    I cry every few months or so, mostly just because I need like a release. I feel better afterward. I'll think of really sad things, cry, then have a nice shower. The rest of the time I cry because I am frustrated or overwhelmed, feeling depressed, listening to stories of people suffering (like hearing a horrible story on the news or watching movies like North County), or I stubbed my toe.

    I've only been to a few funerals, and I never could cry for someone's passing. It could be because I wasn't particularly close to the people who died. It just feels like they were elsewhere after they died, like on an extended cruise. But watching other people grieve is heart-rending.

    I hate crying in public, but I've done it before, usually because I'm frustrated.

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    I cry rarely,mostly when I`m really angry rather than sad.
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    I'm very strange. Somebody could die and I keep all the emotions bagged up inside of me. But, then I cry over something as stupid as my mom getting mad at me.

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    Happy endings in movies cause the majority my tears. I couldn't expound without spoilers. Even inspirational and sappy news stories get me on occasion. One example would be that guy who pushed around his son's wheelchair so he could be in marching band. I don't think I've cried out of sadness or my own circumstances in quite a while.

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