The "Late Show" host can't believe the president's latest comments.
"Crying isn’t sign of weakness, it’s simply an emotional reaction to work and life.”
Reminding them of the hopeful perspective on the situation (and listening to their hopeless response): 15. You'll get chocolate
You grew up thinking of tears as a sign of defeat, but you were wrong.
My toddler and I are both happier since I started letting her do these things:
Like me, you’ve probably heard of the song “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina.” While emotionally compelling, its refrain, sung
I encouraged crying. I think we cry when we're in the presence of truth. I think cry-talking is what happens when the soul is in on the conversation. Tears are part of the body's purification system. They are sacramental, like baptismal waters.
The deep brown shade that glazed the wood was almost heavier than the door. It melted the light that snuck in via the stained glass of glittering gold and grassy green into hues and shadows that crashed by the waves of my shivering feet.
"Number one is laugh--you should laugh every day. Number two is think--you should spend some time in thought. And number three is, you should have your emotions moved to tears--it could be happiness or joy. But think about it: If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that's a full day. That's a heckuva day."
JetBlue's recent FlyBabies promotion really disturbed me. I saw reactions to this video calling it 'heartwarming' and 'inspiring
If there's anything kids respond to in elementary school, it's a super-emotional boy. You could have run Old Yeller on a
So women, support your man when he seems to need to cry. Encourage him, and reinforce this behavior so he continues to express his feelings. That opens the door to talk about emotions and should help him become a more sharing man as well as more openly expressive of feelings.
Spring, the season of renewal is a perfect time to explore how to access and express these emotions. Here are a few reasons why expressing your emotions physically can actually strengthen you.
I'm not quite sure how single moms do it, every day of their life, but I have learned that weekends are hard by yourself. I know that not feeling well added to the particularly teary day, but just curious, have you ever had a day like this?
For all of you in helping professions of all kinds- I raise my soggy Kleenex in salute to you. May you live to fight another day and not be ashamed to purge the pain when you have to, in whatever way works for you. You are amazing.