Here’s my link for the entry beforehand.
A short prologue:
I’ve been having a difficult, emotional time dealing with an on going individual. It seems lately, my anxieties have worsened. The other day, I felt that I reached a limit. So, I cried my little heart out! I felt better afterwards.
Tears contain less than 1% of salt. Tears taste salty due to it containing water that our body produces including electrolytes (salt ions).
It is healing for us to cry, otherwise we will one way or another build up the emotions we experience. To prevent emotional this emotional build up from stress, I cleansed out the negativity created by toxic people polluting my environment. I refuse to lower my vibration! It’s healthy and normal human nature to cry. Man or woman.
Crying teases oxytocin and endogenous opioids, otherwise known as endorphins. In better words, crying makes us feel better. Who wants to hang on to stagnant energy anyways?
Keeping difficult feelings inside is called repressive coping, which is bad for our health. Studies have linked repressive coping with a weakened immune system, heart disease, hypertension and mental illnesses.