It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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I have a very hard time grieving, mourning. I just... feel like my feelings aren't justified and I don't deserve to cry at the things I'm sad at.
But my thing is, there's nothing wrong with crying on my bed. There's something wrong with bottling my emotions, and taking them out on people.
I'm not saying I want to cry and never stop grieving. I just want to cry for a quick minute because sometimes it gets hard, and that's okay. It's okay if I failed.
I like that you said this. It's okay to grieve. We, as an any human are not weaker because we cry. Sadness is a part of our emotions, and while one doesn't really relish sadness, I don't think it should be ignored.
Thanks again, I'm appreciative of the time you took to write this article.
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