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
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
Yes it absolutely is. Love does that to you. 😊1
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 guess so.0
I never have but that's probably because I don't cry much.0
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