Is it normal to cry over your significant other because you miss them?
What Guys Said 16
I don't see it as the healthiest sign. It's because I don't think you're really crying because you miss your SO. I could be wrong here but I think if you're crying in their absence, especially if it's brief and temporary, I believe there are deeper pockets of emotions and thoughts triggering the crying behavior.
There could be stress, a lack of healthy independence, anxieties, fears, insecurities, etc. I don't know but I just think if you're crying over an SO's absence, and especially if it's only a brief and temporary one, it's a sign of some deeper emotional baggage that you might want to look into correcting.0
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Completely absolutey ofcourse normal :)1
Yeah, totally normal. Try talking or texting regularly so you can get through it easier.
Though I have to say it depends, I mean, if you haven't seen them in 2 hours and you're crying because you miss them, then no, that's not normal.1
Yeah. They are our loved ones!1
Shedding tears are absolutely normal in love.1
Yes it absolutely is. Love does that to you. 😊1
I wouldn't say it's "normal", but I wouldn't say there is anything wrong with it either.
not normal =/= bad0
yes, very normal1
Maybe its normal for emotionally unhinged, needy, or overly dependent people.1
It's not a question of is it normal but rather a question of is it okay. And yes it is perfectly fine.1
It's only normal if you have a vagina.0
Yes, it's normal.0
Yes it's normal0
The world is backwards so when the vast majority of people here tell you something is normal, it means that it definitely isn't.0
What Girls Said 5
It's ok to cry anytime you feel emotional. Missing someone can be a very emotional time. It's your way of expressing how much that person means to you. :)1
I never have but that's probably because I don't cry much.0
I guess so.0
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