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Cry Me A River – From Biology To Psychology Of Tears
“Live like you are going to die tomorrow,
learn like you are going to live forever.”
Tears have three layers;
oily, aqueous, and mucous.
Tear layers, image created by me
A couple of years ago when I was getting my nose pierced, a lovely lady with a needle in her hand told me not to be alarmed when I start crying. My response was laughter because I already had 2 tattoos done and how much painful can a quick pierce be from getting a tattoo, right? She explained that it had nothing to do with pain and everything to do with the mucous membrane in my nose and that tears will begin to flow from the eye opposite from the side of my nose I was getting pierced. Lady with a needle was right and it was a really freaky experience. When you cry, you cry because something hurts, burns, bothers your eye or because of your emotions. You feel something, emotionally or physically. This was different. Only one of my eyes got flooded with tears (a lot of them), and I could not feel a thing, not even in the eye. The only sensation I had was the feeling of water on my cheek. Till this day, that was the freakiest thing my body has ever done.
“Too often, women who cry feel ashamed, silly or weak, when in reality they are simply connected with their feelings, and want sympathy and hugs from their partners.”
Dr. Oren Hasson
I am not saying that being turned on by tears is a bad thing (we all have our fetishes and should be open-minded about them) but just be kind enough and do not take it to extremes by provoking tears in others (unless you have their permission) just so you can get a hard-on, take a blue pill instead.
What was the conclusion of this research?
Human chemical signals affect the behavior of others.
Self-Criticism is not healing!
We all feel bad from time to time, it is completely normal.