Most Helpful Girls
Eww, no. Call me callous and uncaring, but I cannot stand people like that.
I prefer my partner be like myself: have their emotions in check- barring situations that are out of their control, such as death in the family or a traumatic experience. That and I am terrible at comforting people so I would not be able to cope or handle dealing with someone that was constantly needy or emotional like that.
Yes, I would try my best to understand his feelings and see why he acts and reacts the way he does in case there is a more serious wound that has to be taken care of.
Most Helpful Guys
It might start to upset and stress me out too much if it persists frequently with no signs of improvement in spite of my best attempts to comfort, or challenge their negative thinking, or suggest professional help. It'd be much easier if I see some signs of improvement from my efforts. If not, I don't think I can tolerate it indefinitely.
It depends on the context. If she cried everytime we disagreed on the smallest things, then there would be no hope. Now if it is a matter of crying on a movie, I can't judge. I get the feels pretty bad myself.