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Anonymous, I was going to say something about showing emotion or crying is not pathological to begin with in most cases. And you shared a perfect anecdote of what over treatment of natural rhythms in our lives can lead to.
Having access to emotion is what allows us to heal. Psychiatric drugs cut me off from all that. I much prefer crying and all my so-called negative emotions...and it has nothing to do with being depressed.
And now I have access to JOY and all the positive emotions too. Psych drugs often cut off all that stuff.
I can imagine pseudobulbar is real, but it's not the only reason besides depression someone might cry.
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