28. You Can Be “too Depressed” to Cry - Deepstash

28. You Can Be “too Depressed” to Cry

People with certain forms of clinical depression are counterintuitively less likely to cry. They stop feeling the urge to cry because they have a deep-seated belief that nothing can fix their suffering. This belief is enough to stop their lacrimal glands in their tracks. If you find yourself in this situation, reach out to a trained professional for some help if you haven’t already. 

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