Big Girls Don’t Cry

Are you human?

How often are we really allowed to show our true emotional self’s. And when we do does it make us better people?

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  • #34734
    Miriya Paris
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    What a load of horse poo.  As I have just spent the last 20 minutes hiding in my room sobbing over emotions brought up, because I read a different girls post.

     

    It is ok to cry? 😢 It is ok to be sad? 😔  It makes us human.  I am human aren’t I?

     

     

    Miriya

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    • #87680
      Cindy Reborne
      Participant

      SILVER

      I am anxiously waiting for that exciting part of my transition to kick in. My doctor said it will happen ,so be prepared for a siesmic change. I have been a stone wall all through my male excistence. Now that I am going through my transition. I want to embrace my feminine life. I desperately want those emotions. In fact, I want to be far away from my rough persona of the past. I will be the most gentle woman I can be. With my HRT, every day is a sweet, step forward into a better future.

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    • #87679
      JosiePharaoh
      Participant

      FREE

      Looking at how humanity has conducted itself over the past millennia, I’m not sure i want to be human any more. I certainly wasn’t treated as one for so many years i started to believe i wasn’t. one of the lowest points in my life. Never doubt you are human. We are closer to the image of God than those who would have us believe otherwise.

      My true emotional self is what drives me. My work is an expression of this. I think it has made me a better person, so long as I am bringing light instead of darkness.

       

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    • #84921
      DeeAnn Hopings
      Participant

      BRONZE

      By nature, humans are emotional beings. However, the real problem comes when emotions are suppressed…

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    • #35071
      Izola Kate
      Participant

      FREE

      If crying means I’m human then I certainly am. But I’ve also failed so many reCAPTCHA tests that I’m fairly sure I’m a robot too.  Love you ladies….

    • #34997
      https://transgenderheaven.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/woman-b14-2.jpgAnonymous
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      Miriya

      I find it difficult to cry in public because I am to busy with loading and aiming a come-back to/at the butt head trying to make me cry. But when my P.H.D. informed me I would be a woman, I did single stream from both eyes, If that qualifies? I did feel awesome after my cry and a little more human, (if you will).. In writing this I guess I feel as though I should let things out more and curb the animositary responses I tend to vent due to my family’s past behavior causing my defensive response.

      Miriya I have been meditating which causes me to think more before I speak. But crying is a tool I will try along with meditation and will let you know the ( if’s and or when”s ) girl.

      Huggz Tia

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      • #35025
        Miriya Paris
        Participant

        FREE

        Tia, emotion is the next step to emptyness in meditation.  It will come when you are ready and if I may I will show you how.

         

        Miriya

      • #35007
        Stephanie Kennedy
        Participant

        SILVER

        Hi ladies I cry when I am sad truly sad cannot help it. I have been conditioned to be a man so pretend I am not sad and turn my back while wiping away my years. I have testosterone being pumped through my brain on a daily basis . I am not that imotional due to the both It did not make me less sad. I really do not want to be so sad I would cry. That would be really sad.

    • #34994
      Meran Berwyck
      Participant

      FREE

      Who doesn’t like a good cry?  I mean, letting go of your emotions that we often put up a wall to hide them.  A good tear-jerker movie, a very happy moment, etc., why not let those tears flow.  I read somewhere that when a man cries, it releases increased testosterone!  Now, some are saying “Ewww! I don’t want that!”  I don’t mind shedding a tear anymore, I’m on t-blockers.  As long as my makeup holds up through the tears!

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    • #34883
      CC Webb
      Managing Ambassador

      MANAGING AMBASSADOR

      We are human and any attempts to make us think otherwise are the ultimate act of gas-lighting.

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    • #34744

      I’m human. As if! I actually was arguing with a bi+ cis woman about trans mysogyny, oppression, all the money I’ve lost due to all the discriminations cisgender transphobes ($340,000 at last tally and counting) and at the end of it she actually said she didn’t think trans folx were human! What else would I be, seriously, the audacity! Omg, I hope this dumb assery of cisgender folx ENDS. Just stop already.

      • #34852
        Stephanie Kennedy
        Participant

        SILVER

        I have to smile. I use to think that being trans was  like hearing from people that were abducted by aliens we all had similar story we all started recognizing it around same age we are from all over the world but I do think we are human. We are just special ❤️

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