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Old 02-01-2009, 10:58 PM   #103
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Originally Posted by Chris Seahorse View Post
What criticism there is, is about whether the crying was occuring at an appropiate time.
ok.
Here is my issue-

Would you agree crying/sadness/upset is an emotion?

How often does emotion surface at the most appropriate times?
I mean that is laughable, its human nature.

When he stepped back his whole jaw was quivering...(i have been that upset) & it is usually a bit of a hysterical reaction and it makes it that much harder to control. When you start having involuntary movements it is hardly your choice.


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