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Pattern of crying reveals whether a baby is experiencing anger, pain or fear, according to a Spanish research. "Crying is a baby's principal means of communicating its negative emotions and in the majority of cases the only way they have to express
Christopher Maloney was heckled on live tour for crying on stage! X Factor 2013: Christopher Maloney was heckled on live tour for crying on stage!...Fans of The X Factor will of course know that finalist Christopher Maloney was about as popular as
And that's not necessarily a bad thing, says workplace expert Anne Kreamer, author of It's Always Personal: Managing Emotion in the New Workplace (Random House, 2013). She says that workplace cultures that emphasize empathy and enthusiasm reap
Singer Max George says he cries whenever something emotional happens. George, 24, member of British band The Wanted, even cried when their first single "All time low" became Britain's number one song. "I cried like a baby when we had our first No.1
The young instructor, who appeared ready to cry it out herself, had to break up the fight so she could start class. Cry-it-out is a sleep training method that advocates letting your baby cry (or the more innocuous-sounding "self-soothe") for varying
With Les Miserables setting off filmgoers's tears, we'd like to hear about the films that get you all emotional Don't get us started Did you cry at Dumbo? Photograph: Walt Disney/Ronald Grant Archive Which films, if any, have driven you to tears?
The truth is God messed up while he was wiring up a man's brain, conveniently insulating the cry' wire, making it emotion-proof. But nothing is perfect and that's how some men tear apart all barriers and make a statement by crying...I can cry like
Healthy infants older than three months who cry incessantly for no apparent reason may be at risk for lower IQ and behavior problems in their childhood years, new study findings suggest. Such persistent, uncontrollable crying "seems to be a very good
According to a recent tweet by astronaut Chris Hadfield, "your eyes make tears but they stick as a liquid ball," aggregating into a salty spherule that stings the eyes and blurs the vision. The Atlantic 's Megan Garber has the whole scoop on crying
Hillary Clinton's teary-eyed moment in 2008, which sparked a "she can't hack it" media firestorm that took weeks to die down. Such thinking remains the traditional wisdom in the business world as well, where tears have a very real stigma.