Studies reveal that crying at movies shows you are emotionally strong
A study was performed by a Neuro economist at Claremont Graduate University & he found the reasons on why people cry at movies.
Fundamentally people who do have a little cry are actually more consoling and kind-hearted than the ones who don’t cry at all at movies.
We have all ended up crying at one or the other movies in our lives. The reason is we don’t bother what people think about our tears of LOYALTY.
Empathy makes us more understanding and stronger human: We are humans and its natural to step into the role of the fictional character we see in movies tuning in to their emotions and see the dilemma they are facing.
Oxytocin is the scientific reason: Also termed as ‘cuddle hormone’ is a tiny structure of the brain. This mini thing is mainly responsible for making us happy and similarly damn upset in life. A chemical that flows into the body when you’re cuddling, being social with someone or even when you see or play with a dog.
The study also states that those who cry are brave than those who don’t as they don’t care who hears them sniffle. We, people, are fearless of being ridiculed and called weak as we cry and show we have hearts.
There’s strength in Tears: Tears actually help you to create connection & bonding with others. They witness what makes you sad and what makes you happy that you cry. It’s a way to show how much you care for somebody.
Gone the days when we use to say men don’t cry. Remember they also have emotions and feelings.