Crying Mother it’s OK
Crying (disambiguation) Crying is the human production of tears in response to an emotional state.
Do you ever have one of those days, where the tears just keep flowing? Well mine was yesterday. No matter how much I tried to keep it together, the waterworks would keep coming on and off all day.
Yesterday was one of those highly tensed and stressful days dealing with a situation which is very close to my heart. Well, really it’s part of my heart, it’s major part of me.
My eyes would just throw out tears at the drop of a hat. There were many bathroom visits to pull myself together. The day required me to be strong and think on my feet, yet the tears kept coming, throwing me off my focus and the task at hand. After numerous times of recomposing myself I would carry on with the matters at hand as efficiently as I could. Probably not my super best efforts but just what I could do, considering the situation.
Crying Mother- your children love you
By late evening, things were slowly improving, I managed to get some time with Mr 6 who as always brings me back down into being” The best Mummy in the world” his words not mine, I love it when I hear children say this to their mums. I mean how great does it make you feel? Makes me feel like I’m doing OK.
Crying Mother is releasing emotions
Crying is a very valid an acceptable release of emotions in both adults and children, Crying is OK. Crying demonstrates that you have feelings and emotions. Crying makes you want a big hug and reassuring words. Crying can make you feel a little better. If there is too much crying and you cry for days on end, then you know that there is something wrong and should get some help, whether you speak to your friends or a professional.
As mothers I think we cry a lot more, than we actually say,and that’s perfectly OK too. The amount of built up feelings a mother can carry within them is really quite amazing, so communicate how you feel and release some of the burden and the sadness. Unless you say how you are feeling,those around you cannot help.
Through my work I have hugged and reassured many crying mothers, the relief they express at having been able to share what they are feeling can instantly make the situation improve. Mothers need to talk and share the journey of motherhood and stand up and say “Yes we cry and if we didn’t cry we would be an explosion waiting to happen”
“Pass me a tissue, let me wipe my eyes and carry on” That’s what a crying mother does. That is what I did yesterday and I’m OK.
You are never alone, so reach out.
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