Crying is an emotional response to many different feelings, including sadness, anger, happiness and pain. People cry for an emotional release and also as a survival mechanism to si...
One theory is that we cry to nonverbally express distress and elicit help from others.
This theory is more plausible as it explains why people cry during cheerful events
, as well as very painful events. ..... "Ch. 14: Do Animals Shed Emotional Tears?
What's behind our crying? Why do some people cry so much more or less readily
than others? And what's the best way to handle all those tears? Is there a way ...
Sep 18, 2014 ... Crying can be scientifically defined as the shedding of your tears in .... You know
the ones - those insincere, fake tears that people can ...
The first crying that babies do is exactly like the crying of other animals - which ...
is to communicate and perhaps chemically manipulate the people around you.
May 1, 2015 ... Here's the science behind why we actually cry every second of our ... These tears
can be the onset of sadness, happiness, or tiredness, but why do we cry ... He did
extensive research on people actually '"crying' in connection ...
Apr 18, 2013 ... Why do I cry SO MUCH, I cry at everything... :(. Read more ... +
DrDeathGigaPaladin yet people (adults) cry in kid movies. Read more Show ...
Researchers are tracking people's crying episodes to determine the role culture
... And how do crying behaviors differ among cultures and between the sexes?
Apr 29, 2014 ... Joel asks: Why do humans cry? crying Anti-bacterial, nutrient-rich, usually ...
Crying improves the mood of 88.8% of people and it can also help ...