I don’t think it’s a mental health issue. I think people cry because they want to cry. It’s just a way of dealing with the emotions that they’re feeling. If you’re in a situation where you feel like you can’t do anything about it, then you cry, and that’s what you do. That’s how you deal with it. You don’t have to be a doctor to know that crying is not a good thing to do, because it can cause you to lose control of your emotions, which may lead to a lot of bad things. So, I’m not sure that there’s anything wrong with people crying, but I do think that people should be aware of the fact that when they do that, they can harm themselves and others, so they should try to control their emotions as much as possible and not let them get the better of them. And then, if that doesn’t work, there are other things that you could try, like talking to someone who can talk to you about your feelings and help you figure out what’s going on with your life. But, you know, it depends on what kind of person you are and how much control you have over your own emotions and what that means for you and the people around you. There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to that question. Some people are more emotional than others. They just have more of a need to express their feelings than other people. Other people may not be as emotional as they think they are, or they may be more sensitive to certain emotions than they are. Whatever the reason is, we all have different ways of coping with our emotions. For me, the way that I cope with my emotions is by being kind to myself and by taking care of my body and my mind, and being happy with who I am and with what I’ve been given. When I feel sad or angry or frustrated or scared or whatever it is that makes me feel that way, my first instinct is to get out of that situation as quickly and as painlessly as I possibly can. Then, when I get back into the situation and I realize that it wasn’t the best thing for me to have been in there in the first place, that feeling of sadness and anger and frustration and fear and all of those things are going to come back to me and they’ll be even more intense and more painful than before because I’ll have learned a lesson from that experience and it’ll make me a better person.