#4 Thursday Thoughts: When Was The Last Time You Cried?

We always feel so much better after a good cry. How about you?

Katie & Evee

51 thoughts on “#4 Thursday Thoughts: When Was The Last Time You Cried?

  1. Absolutely feel better after a really good cry. It’s like a cleansing for my soul…..pent up emotions and pieces of grief and pain. And after, I feel relieved – to have not only let things out, but to have acknowledged and honored their presence within me,

  2. I absolutely feel better after a good deep cry. It is like a cleansing for my soul. Not only do I feel better for having let out the pieces of grief and pain, but for also acknowledging and honoring those parts of me within. It all needs to be heard and cherished…..it is all part of life.

  3. Today there were some private tears in the staff bathroom, just a few, then wipe eyes, wash face, PPE back on and back to work. I think it goes with the job and I’m sure you can work out what type of work I do, without me having to say.

  4. My heart goes out to you, brave warrior. Thank you for all that you do. Although I wasn’t a nurse (I was a social worker), I worked in a Skilled Nursing Facility and I know that depth of courage it takes to face that pain on a daily basis. And I wasn’t even in an acute hospital where so much more is witnessed hourly. Thank you again. Please take care of yourself.

  5. I am not that emotional, but I’m a real softie …
    I’ve seen a homeless man sitting on a street corner yesterday and next to him, was his dog (with his head on his master’s lap) and the homeless man was patting his beloved dog on his head while whispering sweet words in his ear.
    Wow, that really moved me … and even now I get a lump in my throat just thinking about it 😢 … and strangely, it wasn’t really that sad, but actually quite a very wonderful moment to witness – the love between man and his companion.

  6. I’m a big baby in front of an episode of Long Lost Family on TV but when I know I need to release the emotions that memories bring me and I’m man enough to have to do that in private, out come the sad songs that mean so much (sorry Sir Elton). It’s a wonderful form of release.
    Huge Hugs to all.

  7. Oh, yes, for sure. Last week was the last time. Usually at least once a week, sometimes much more. Depends. An important question, and even more important moment to take for oneself. Be well. 🙏

  8. Okay so it happened yesterday as winter is almost over and there is the windy season in kashmir I was already feeling burden on my heart and I went to our terrace to listen to some music and I cried all of a sudden… You know sometimes I feel suffocation, Crying always helps me… 🙂

  9. What I love dearly about the ability to cry is the body comes alive. Crying increases oxygen levels. I think that’s why crying has the ability to rebalance me, the calm after the cry. Take care of you my friends.

  10. Thanks for asking. I’m firmly in favor of the good cry. Unfortunately, I was discouraged from crying when I was a child and so cry with great difficulty now. Oddly enough, maybe, happy movies get to me.

  11. Thank you for sharing!!… believe the ole heart experiences many emotions, depends on how the mind decides to play out the emotion, tears are just an option… 🙂

    Until we meet again..
    May you always walk in the sunshine
    May you never want for more
    May Irish angels rest their wings
    Right beside your front door.
    (Irish Saying)

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