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People Who Don't Normally Get Emotional Share What Makes Them Cry

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I love crying. It's cathartic and necessary and rejuvenating. That being said, for much of my life, I wouldn't have considered myself a "crier." (That's changing now that I'm getting older.) Throughout my life, there have only been a few things that automatically make me burst into tears. One of them is getting injured. If I hurt a part of my body, I don't know why, but tears automatically spring forth from my eyes. I can't help it. When I see athletes and other people get hurt and not cry, it feels like they have some sort of secret knowledge I don't. For me, injuries always equal tears. 

Eric Alper recently asked the notorious non-criers of the internet to share those specific things that make them lose it. As a former non-crier, I can report that if you are a crier, the items in this thread might make your eyes leak at just the thought of them.

Dead pets

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Yes, obviously, even if you are not a crier, I would still expect you to cry when you lose a let. They are actual members of your family and you can't imagine your life without them! To turn into a blubbering mess when your pet dies is totally expected.