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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crying

Crying is the shedding of tears in response to an emotional state. This includes anger .... Rather than try one remedy after another to stop this crying, she suggested that mothers hold their babies and allow the crying to run its course.

www.oprah.com/spirit/how-to-stop-crying-controlling-your-emotions/all

Tired of being called hysterical, unstable, even manipulative, Taffy Brodesser- Akner sets out to cure a lifelong habit of tearing up at inopportune times.

www.wikihow.com/Stop-Yourself-from-Crying

Jan 3, 2017 ... Calming yourself is a big part of stopping yourself from crying. Focusing on breathing, as in meditation, can help you to control the emotions you ...

www.themuse.com/advice/7-steps-to-avoid-crying-in-the-workplace

You control your emotional responses. You are empowered by that control. The more you can reinforce this message to yourself, the more successfully you may ...

www.xojane.com/issues/in-defense-of-crying

Nov 2, 2015 ... My coworker kept saying, loudly and angrily, “Stop crying!” ... To claim that crying when upset is inherently manipulative is a form of emotional ...

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Crying. It's one of the most basic human emotional reactions that, like it or not, we all have to deal with at some time in our lives. Given all of the outward facing ...

nymag.com/scienceofus/2015/02/how-to-stop-yourself-from-crying.html

Feb 27, 2015 ...Emotional tearing is under very weak conscious control — most people can't do it voluntarily,” Provine said. Crying, like blushing, is an ...

www.realsimple.com/health/mind-mood/emotional-health/how-stop-crying

If all else fails and you know that you're going to cry, own up to it. Tell your boss or your friend, says Kreamer, “ 'This could be an emotional conversation, but will  ...

www.womenshealthmag.com/life/how-to-stop-yourself-from-crying

Feb 17, 2015 ... Often, our crying comes from what psychologists call ... "Our emotional reactions come from how we interpret situations, not from the facts ...