#crying

1.76 K people

30 posts

Posts:

What's the worst nightmare you've ever had?

leahtvergara’s Profile Photo✿ ℓεαɦ ѵ. ♔
I already wrote my worst dream about a month ago but I have another one. There is a woman in a red shirt and a long white skirt sitting on my stomach while I'm laying on the ground, she has a large knife in her hands. She just stares at me for a moment then laughs, her laugh giving me creeps. She laughs and laughs then stab me on the chest then my whole body jumped out. I didn't know what is happening so I continue sleeping and when I fell asleep there she is again. She stabs me I woke up and the cycle continues. She stabs me I woke up, she stabs me I woke up, she stabs me I woke up and then I realize what is going on I looked on my phone, and it's 3 am so I decided not to sleep and wait for the sunrise.
I recently had a dream where My other part of family were hiking and they were playing and jumping around and then they fell with my baby sister off a mountain .My mom then got me a human robot and I didn't like it and it was very creepy and was akward and looked like a ordinary white boy with blonde hair. She threw it out and got me a new one, it was also creepy and had glasses and then I saw the first robot staring at me from my window and thought they were creepy, so I got rid of the second one too, the world crumbles from there when they started chasing me and as I saw my family die brutally and painfully so I ran to the neighbors and I got inside and a big explosion happened and everyone got killed and I had to watch as my life crumbled and saw how everyone close to me had passed. I have multiple Holocaust dreams but the worst was when I dreamt that I was a young child holding onto my mother as we were loaded off a truck. I remember the sky being gray and the ground was muddy. It was all so vivid. Then Nazi soldiers came and tried to rip me out of my mother's arms but I kept screaming and crying and holding on to her as tight as I could, not wanting to let go. My mother's cries and the look of sheer fear on her face will forever be imprinted in my mind. Worst nightmare ever. Woke up on the verge of tears with my breaking heart pumping out of my chest. It felt too real.
I don't usually have nightmares but I had one recently that I'll never, ever forget. I was stranding on a hill looking down in a desert-like area. There was a group of about 100 either undead or emaciated slaves with chains hooked into their backs hauling some kind of sledge across the sand toward some kind of pyramid. To a fucking drum beat. On the sledge was some kind of fucked up horror I honestly can't even describe. As it got closer it saw me and the slaves pulled their chains out and started running up the hill I was on. Thankfully I woke up but it was terrifying and I'm a 27 year old man.

View more

What do you do to keep yourself sane and what is helping your PPD or helping you from getting it?

My family is only my parents, and they've already made it clear they won't watch him at my apartment. I refuse to bring him to their house because it's a health hazard, I'm talking it smells like dog pee and poo the moment you step in the door. His family is all talk, as much as I hate to say it. They're quick to say "Call me if you need anything!" and such, but then when I call they kind of shut me down and aren't very helpful/there for me. So I'm kind of riding solo here but with some help from my mom when she is able to stop by. Thankfully my husband will have good communication back home, so it's not like I will go weeks or something without speaking to him. So I still have his support it's just from a distance.
With the weather finally warming up, getting outside helps a lot. Even if it's just a quick walk around the block with LO, it clears my head and puts me in a good mood. It also forces me out of pajamas, which is another thing that I think helps, sanity-wise.
I also started getting into photography when LO was new and sleeping all the time. It's good to have a hobby and I ended up with some adorable memories to put on the wall! Today, the sun is shining (literally lol, but figuratively too), and I am considering whether I want to take my daughter to a nearby petting farm or just to a park. When the weather is nice, I try to get out and do something fun every day. Sometimes that's just a walk around the block or playing in the backyard, but doing something is key. I often try to do one-out-of-the-house errand every day too. It passes the time, and the baby loves to see other people. If the weather is crappy, I look online for a sensory activity or craft we can do. This obviously gets easier and more interesting as they get older! There were definitely some hard days, and days where I felt completely overwhelmed. I just tried to stay positive, and I'd vent to DH a little! He'd reassure me, and between that and the sweet smiles of lo I powered through! Breastfeeding was a little challenging the first few weeks, and definitely the first time she started cluster feeding! I whined a lot lol! But I am SO glad I am able to breastfeed and that I stuck with it. The extra bonding and all those feel good hormones you get from nursing have been priceless! The bassinest was one of my absolute favorite things I got too, I hope you like it as much as I did!! It will definitely be a huge help through the nights for you! It was also peace of mind for me. I could look right over at her and check her whenever I wanted! Which as a ftm, especially in those early months, was constantly! Other than the normal cleaning and stuff, I try to workout at some point every day or go spend some time outside with the little one. He loves it outside. As far as PPD, my Dr prescribed my zoloft, and it's been a GAME CHANGER for me. The first couple weeks pp, I was a crying crazy hot mess.

View more

Need to ask . Tell a funny story from your childhood

arfazanib2014
I always loved animals. So one time in our gaon mene Rona daal diya k I’ll take the cow for water. My dado, Allah bless her she gave me the rope and while I was taking it to the river edge, the cow paced up a bit and it really scared me.
Anyway I screamed and usay chor diya. The cow also panicked 😫😫🤣🤣 and started to run here and there.
Some of our neighbours, my gaon walay cousins all gathered to control the cow. Unfortunately Meri aik cousin k sath woh wala scene hua “gaye ari hain bhagti hui ham main hé na phans jaye” 😫😭🤣
The cow literally ran into my cousin, injured her and ran away 🥺🥺😭😭
Then my cousin started to scream at me. She started to make fun of my hair while crying and I 🤣🤣 threw a rock at her that literally injured her head.
All in all.
Raat ko gaye mil gae thi and mama nay mujhe chitter lgaye aur Tayi ami nay cousin ko.
We became friends again.

View more

How can I stop being so mentally weak? My problem is when I try to focus on studying my mind takes me to every other place but the present and I end up crying everyday. Cuz of that I've failed countless times and I've never got a win in anything.

KeepYourEyesPeeled’s Profile PhotoLucas
I'll address the first part of the question. I don't believe anyone is truly mentally weak. I believe we are all mentally strong. We just forgot that we were strong. Similar to how none of us was born evil. We didn't become evil in the womb; that was done through external factors. So one thing to remember is that you ARE mentally strong, and that will never change. It's all about re-discovering that part of yourself again.
Usually what helps me out is not beating myself up over mistakes. Not being too hard on myself. Understanding that things aren't always going to instantly change overnight. Usually things take time to change - even if it takes months or years. The more effort we put in, the more we persist, the better off we will be. Even if we believe we are mentally weak, that is a fallacy because we are always strong.

View more

Gibt es einen Gott und wenn ja, wie ist seine Natur? Wenn uns jemand geschaffen hat, warum? Will Gott, dass wir glücklich sind? Interessiert er sich überhaupt für uns?

ShellyShellyna’s Profile PhotoShelly
Too much information probably, aber Irgendwie ironisch, dass ich diese Frage genau dann bekomme und lese, wenn ich genau jetzt wegen dieses Themas mein religiöses Trauma (Mal wieder) in Form von einer langen Crying Session verarbeite. xd Funny, but not so funny actually. [Self-depricating humor.]
Ich weiß nicht, ob ein Gott existiert. Als Kind habe ich noch an einen Gott geglaubt, weil mir vermittelt wurde, dass ich das auch zu tun habe. Mit frühestens 10 Jahren und dem Besuch des Ethikunterrichts ist das sehr stark gekippt; nicht zuletzt, weil meine Mutter die Angst vor der Hölle sehr tief in mir hat wurzeln lassen.
Im Ethikunterricht kam ich dann erstmals mit sehr vielen philosophischen Strömungen in Kontakt, die auf genaustens deduktive Art und Weise Religionskritik ausgeübt haben (siehe Theodizee). Typische Frage: Wie kann ein Gott allgültig, allmächtig und allweise sein, wenn dieser uns mit diesen ganzen schrecklichen Dingen auf der Welt alleine lässt? Dann ist mir aufgefallen, dass wir Menschen das ganze Schreckliche tun und es nicht an einer höheren Entität liegen muss, das zu unterbinden. Zumindest habe ich so versucht, mir das zu erklären, auch wenn es kein Bisschen zufriedenstellend war. Ich war sehr zerrissen in meiner Wahrnehmung und bin es noch immer. Gerade weil die Art und Weise wie mir Religion vermittelt wurde, sehr schrecklich und von Angst geprägt war und noch immer ist. Das im Erwachsenenalter zu selektieren und aufzuarbeiten ist sehr anstrengend. Ich glaube sogar, dass meine Dépressionen und meine Angststörungen sich ursprünglich deswegen manifestiert haben, ganz einfach aufgrund eines emotionalen M.issbrauchs, der nicht als solcher wahrgenommen wurde.
Und das Thema nagt wirklich an mir. Es gibt Menschen, die sind sich sehr darin einig, an was sie glauben und an was sie nicht glauben, aber für mich und allgemein Personen, die davon einfach in ihrer Wahrnehmung "zerstückelt" wurden und auch oft nicht ernst genommen werden, ist das sehr anstrengend.
Religiöses Trauma existiert aber wirklich und ist gar nicht so selten, wird aber oft nicht als ein solches Trauma erkannt oder gar thematisiert. Gerade weil fundamentalistische Überzeugungen in ihrem Kern schwer zu lockern sind, wird man in der Gemeinschaft selbst, die zu diesem Trauma beigetragen hat, ziemlich klein gesprochen.
Ich bewege mich daher in agnostischen Kreisen, weil diese Angst, etwas "Schlechtes" zu tun bzw. zu denken, sehr sehr tief reicht und nicht verschwindet. Vermutlich nie wieder.
Mittlerweile versuche ich gar nicht mehr, diese Vorstellung eines Gottes aus den Schriften zu adaptieren, weil ich andere Moralvorstellungen besitze. Für mich landen Atheisten nicht in der H.ölle, sondern hören auf, zu existieren und Gläubige gelangen an einen schönen Ort. Das Konzept von Hölle ist mir aber einfach zu traumatisierend und auf die anderen Fragen kann ich persönlich nicht wirklich eingehen, weil ich das nicht objektiv beantworten kann.

View more

What was the last thing which made u feel like crying?

Maheenmalik8’s Profile PhotoMaheen Malik
A day before yesterday i was waiting for my baba in g 10 unko clinic nhi mil raha it was like maghrib time i was waiting street kay samny tu aik gari wala bht dore tha waved me like come 😂 and I pretended ky ma ny nhi deekha then he take a u turn jab wo u turn ley raha tha i was scared to death kay kahi utha na ley mujy xD phir I quickly run to the street wahan a boy tha pani bhar raha filter say i went close with him and my eyes were red phir I called my baba multiple times the gari wala came near and phir I started crying and started praying Allah no pls no baba ajayein and then after one min my baba came heheheh tu bhai happy ending hogai 😛

View more

Is it normal to feel sad even after reading a sad book multiple times? I feel like crying whenever I remember this certain sad story I read.

KeepYourEyesPeeled’s Profile PhotoLucas
Je me rends compte que je n'ai que bien peu d'amis et suis livré[e] à moi-même en cas de coup dur. J'aimerais avoir la force de me tourner vers les autres, mais c'est difficile. Peut-être qu'un jour, j'aurai les armes pour surmonter ma mélancolie... Je reste plein[e] d'espoir.

View more

Kia Ap k parents ap pr fkhar krtay hn?(expressed by them with their behaviour and words)✨✨💫

AroojA2020’s Profile PhotoArooj
Hahhahah
...it's A long Story. Hmmmm .,..
It's Quite Difficult To Make Brown Parents Proud but
Once My Mother Said To me that
Numer Menu Lagda C K Meri Numer Nu Kadi aqal Nai Ani ......Main Na Rai Tay Mera Ghar Kon Sanmbhalay Ga ....Par Hon Menu Fakhar ay K Tu Meri Betti Ay Tay Tu Sanmbhal Sakdi Ay Mere Ghar nu Nalay Apnay Bhaiya Nu*Menu Proud ay K Tu Meri Betti Ay
And That Make Me Emotional and Myother Start Crying and I Can't Explain that Feeling jab Amma Nay Rotay Ratay Galay Lagay Maathay Pay Kisses ki .......*

View more

*Geno hands Papyrus a freshly baked pie* I told you I'd bring you some from time to time

DontcallmeSans’s Profile PhotoGeno
/Papyrus looks extremely shocked and actually starts crying as he held the pie in his hands/ ..I-I DIDN'T THINK..YOU'D REALLY.. N-NOBODY HAS EVER.. T-THE ONLY NICE THING ANYONE HAS E-EVER DONE FOR ME..W-WAS THIS LADY..ON THE O-OTHER SIDE OF THIS..G-GIANT DOOR..GAVE ME C-CLOTHES..CAUSE.. SHE WAS SAYING THESE PUNS..AND MOST OF THEM.. I DIDN'T UNDERSTAND..AND..S-SHE HAD TO EXPLAIN THEM TO ME..ONE HAD TO DO WITH CLOTHES..AND I TOLD HER I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT CLOTHES WERE..SHE SOUNDED..SHOCKED..NOT JUST AT THAT BUT..AT A LOT OF STUFF I SAID I DIDN'T KNOW..SO S-SHE SLID E-EVERYTHING I HAVE ON RIGHT NOW T-THROUGH THE DOOR..I LEARNED WHAT A DOOR WAS FROM HER..AND WHAT A HOUSE IS..I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW WHAT A..LIGHT WAS B-BEFORE I RAN INTO THAT GIANT DOOR..AND I R-REALLY DO MEAN RUNNING INTO IT...I WAS RUNNING AWAY FROM UNDYNE WHEN I SMACKED INTO IT..

View more

Do you think men who cry are less of a man

Absolutely not. If anything, I respect them more for being in touch with their emotions and not feeling they have to follow the societal norm of repressing how they feel, in order to seem “manly and strong”. Crying is a human emotion, and there’s no shame in it :)

View more

Fi character that all evil what crimes deserve the cereal with funny and money and its place for what how important advantages of place in trouble for.

uuzxrsnezha’s Profile PhotoТанюша Седегова
Happy deception helps to be self-confident, blush, pay attention to something interesting take an explicit expression for the material the tone indicates that the genius of delicious, bloody, awkward loneliness Oh, so gently in shock, thank you for pointing out that crying is insanely bad, meets a kind of warm humor guy, such as sooooo happy with the incredible bliss of the body, to break Loki means

View more

What were your siblings allowed to do that you weren't?

illin_ahmed’s Profile Photo♡*:.。.ILLIN(*˘︶˘*).。.:*♡
well my sister was always more likely to be believed. my parents and other adults thought i was lying. like once my sister and i were at my old baby sitter’s house and my sister had to take some medicine but she told the lady that it was my medicine so i didn’t have to take it. i was crying like crazy because it wasn’t meant for me but i was forced to take it anyways. the experience ruined chocolate pudding for me completely

View more

Happy birthday Best Friend! I CANNOT EVEN START to begin to say HOW AMAZING u r! 🤍 I appreciate everything that you do for me! You're always there for me with your sweet words of encouragement on my worst days. You're wonderful advice. Your friend like family vibe you're the best! Happy birthday!

Ice_Frozen_Vocals’s Profile PhotoŞωεε† ɮᴇℓℓล ❥
I feel crying to see your wishes.. Thank you so much sis🤗. Your words means a lot to me. You are my sister in my family list. I tried my best to be with you in your worst times by staying here to not make you feel distance between us by different countries. You were there for me whenever I was in danger even I didn't say it first but you felt that in time. You're the best sister than friends ever. . I love you so much ♥️

View more

Happy birthday Best Friend I CANNOT EVEN START to begin to say HOW AMAZING u r

Have any of the people here on ask taught you anything useful? Are you a beneficiary of ask fm?

A loooot of things. XD
Har kisi ko ghaans nahi daalni chahiye. Girls aren't as dumb as presumed to be. People here are SO helpful, I've had some useful conversations with them, just once I regret that. XD
The most important thing, refrain from bashing just because you feel like it. They say, they don't care but deep down they be crying at 3am and Ask ki awaam definitely cares. Achay log hain yar yahan pe, sabko depression hai. Jisko nahi hai usko hojata hai.
I probably am a good friend. I've found some people on ask and they're nicer than expected. Jaan nahi chorte. :))

View more

How often do you cry? About what?

Almost every day. It's usually from stress or pain. I have chronic pain and chronic migraines. I cry alot because of other health problems I have, I'm diabetic and I have clinical depression. So... Even though I take meds for all these things I'm still in a lot of emotional and physical pain most days. I can usually get one or two days a week without crying. Those are the good days.
Last time I cried was few years ago after experiencing (one of) mental breakdowns. It was a month after a surgery, and I had to take exams without any chance of giving me alternative dates. Why? Apparently I was unable to study for less than 3 months, which is funny, because doctors' opinion was different. I was sitting through pain and nausea studying. I passed them. But the price was my mental health, I honestly don't remember how many times I was in such a volatile mental state: hyperventilation accompanied by unstoppable sobbing and panic attacks. I cry a couple times a week about the general suffering in the world, often about my inability to make a significant impact beyond the individual. I cry about the fact that there are so many people with problems that could be easily solved by a little worldly empathy among those with the resources to help. How I want to do more but am stuck like so many others just trying to survive. During the first half of this year I kept track of all the days I cried, it turned out I was crying about every other day. When counted, I had more crying days than non crying days. It was mostly crying because of the stress from college and my parents divorce, even though it happened 6-7 years ago. I can change colleges but I can't get my family happy again, if it ever was happy.
Only when the shit hits the fan. When I found out my cat had cancer and that we couldn’t do anything to help her, I cried like a little girl. I cried at the end of the Evita and both versions of a star is born. I cried when my roommate told me she was getting married and moving out, she was an absolutely incredible roommate and I was brokenhearted I was going to lose her but I also felt very selfish because she was moving on to a new point in her life. That’s really about it, I don’t cry easily but I tend to let my rage out [by myself] on a semi regular basis so I don’t retain a lot the kind of emotions that makes it easier to cry if that makes any sense? Oh and I cried when I was recovering from a rotator cuff repair and I couldn’t use my right hand and I wasn’t dextrous enough with my left hand to cut off a damn piece of cheese. There was a lot of rage released at that point and quite a few tears.

View more

Pleures-tu souvent ? À cause de quoi ? 👻

mandybovare6’s Profile PhotoMandy Bovaëre
I'd say it probably averages out to be once or twice every couple of weeks. A lot of the time it's because I'm stressed out and/or having problems with anxiety. But I'll also cry when I'm happy, or if I'm watching a movie or something that smacks me right across the face with a bunch of feelings. Or if I'm frustrated with a particular task or situation. Or just like. Whenever haha. I'm not ashamed about crying, despite how many people tell me that I need to grow up or whatever. I'd rather cry to let out my feelings than punch the shit out of something or some other form of release.
I don't think I've gone more than two days in the last 3 months without crying at least a little, sometimes a lot more. I'm a crier in general though - I cry when I'm frustrated or angry as well as just sad. I cry at podcasts and commercials. But even this level is unusual for me, but I'm in a ~super fucked up situation~ at the moment. I'm gonna buy myself something deep fried when I manage to go 4 days without crying.
Basically once a day I tear up, but I probably only sob-cry a few times a year. I'm like you, I'm definitely the happiest I've been in a long time right now! I just feel so full of emotions all the time, all of them. And when I see or hear about something super touching or sad, I have no more space for feelings so I start leaking out the feelings via my eyes. I cry most often when my best friend posts pictures of her baby girl or husband on instagram. I love their little family and it makes me cry? Today I got teary eyed because I told my therapist that I wanted to spend as much time with my parents as I could since they only have about 20 years left. I'm tearing up just typing that, I love my parents so much and hate thinking of how sad it will be to see them deteriorate! And the other recent one I can remember is from a week ago, I was getting a drink with a friend and she was telling me about a really sweet moment she had with her boyfriend and I started crying into my margarita. It was just so sweet and I loved hearing about how much they love each other!
I can cry over the stressful things in my life or because I got a paper cut. I can cry over anything if I'm in a particular mood. I'm emotional and my tears come easily. I cry about twice a week nowadays (sometimes less or more, depending on PMS) but this is huge progress for me. I used to fight it, but now I've kind of come to terms with it. I'm just compassionate and sentimental and a worrier and that's just fine.
Very little. I have 2 fears in the world; death and losing control over myself. When you cry, you lose control over yourself for a brief period of time, so I focus on why I'm feeling a certain way and how I deal with it. By essentially robot-ing my way through situations, I feel that I can approach problems much more efficiently than if I cried.

View more

Kabi Kisi Pe Tras Aya Apko? Or Q

FaisalShafique’s Profile PhotoFaisal Shafique
Yesterday I went to put clothes on the roof. As I saw in the street, a child was taking ice cream from the ice cream vendor, then the child asked for remaining amount, vendor refused to give.And when a child insisted,he threw his Ice cream in the street and ran away.The boy sat on the side and started crying. And at that moment I felt very sorry for him.
Aur us ice cream wale pa ghussa zada thaa matlab tum us ghareeb ke 10 rupay se apna Mahal bana logy😠

View more

seriously do you just wanna be a woman that stays home all her life even when her kids are moved out. i bet you'll be that interfering intrusive mom who irritates her adult kids cos she doesnt have any other identity than being a mom

the entire reason i wanna stay home is bc i have an identity other than mom. i wanna do things. see things. spend time to myself. i’ve been a full time mom, surrounded by children, 24/7 for almost eleven years *already* and i’m due to start over again in november.
when my kids are all in school and i have time to myself, that’s time for *me*. i don’t have to be intrusive on my children just because i’m at home. i have hobbies and dreams and wants and needs i can execute without having a child pulling on my pants leg or crying.

View more

Only men answer this- Do you believe in women’s rights? Would you ever hit a woman?

Not a man but can I just say, women's rights shouldn't need to be under question and its a crying shame that they are.
Side note, if a woman is beating on a man he has the right to defend himself. How about none of us hit anyone else? Please and thanks.

View more