Changes Can Be Good
That is a until the past year or so. If I’m in an upstate then I’m the same old emotionally stabile person I’ve always been. But when in a down state, someone describing their happy childhood is enough to send a tear down my cheek. Someone expressing the deepest depths of their love: I’m actually quietly crying. Someone losing a person close to them: I’ll be sobbing into my hands.
Although I don’t see anything wrong with being in touch with ones emotions, this sudden burst of emotional outpouring is almost disconcerting, it’s strange to be watching a movie and suddenly be in a puddle of tears simply because someone said something sweet. I’m unaccustomed to these emotions over events seemingly unrelated to me.
But is this a bad thing. In all honesty, no, unsettling at times, but ultimately, NO! What’s wrong with displaying your emotions. Is there an inmate errancy in following your emotions, balanced with reason of course. I think not. I choose to understand this change of events as an opportunity to express my true self unabashedly. It is ultimately freeing and somewhat of a relief.