29. Happy Tears and Sad Tears are the Same - Deepstash

29. Happy Tears and Sad Tears are the Same

At least, in terms of purpose, there isn’t much difference between crying from joy and crying from sadness. In both cases, the crying serves the same need of expressing the overwhelming emotion at hand and allowing you to return to a state of equilibrium with regard to mood. 

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