A woman is allowed to cry on a mans shoulder - but does it go the other way around?
For most women?
I don't mean be a weak bitch who cries about insignificant things. But I mean is a man given support by his woman? Is the mans feelings acknowledged? Is he allowed to express his weakness?
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Of course! Many women make the mistake of thinking that their guys aren't allowed to cry and that it shows weakness if they do, but that's not true. I think it takes a certain kind of strength for a man to cry in front of his S/O and to allow her to support him. We expect that our boyfriends or husbands will cry sometimes - at funerals, when our kids are born, if they're in a lot of pain - but it's okay if they need to let out their emotions more often than that. We don't mind lending them a shoulder to cry on once in a while because we love them and it's our job to take care of them like they take care of us. Crying doesn't necessarily mean a person is weak; it can show their strength, too.0