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Why you should cry at least once a week: expert explains the benefits and how to achieve it | Health & Wellness

No one can deny that 2020 was a strange and for many a terrible year. The covid-19 pandemic attacked the entire world and we had to adapt to a new life.

From not waving or a kiss to maintaining, on some occasions, extensive quarantines that in many cases kept people away from their loved ones for a long time.

Faced with all these situations, stress took hold of a large percentage of the population, who saw how the year passed in a blink of an eye and for more than one it became a hard time to overcome.

But how do we vent or release that stress if it is not even possible to leave the house safely? The solution could be in something as simple as crying.

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This action, which for many can be a sign of weakness, is a way of releasing stress that especially in this time affects thousands of people.

Not all tears are the same

The tears that you have shed during your life are a biochemical combination of water, proteins, minerals, hormones, antibodies and enzymes that can compose very different landscapes depending on the circumstance.

The photographer and researcher Rose-Lynn Fisher, carried out for 5 years, a study that took samples of tears generated by people on different occasions, with the aim of studying them and understanding their structure. The analysis revealed the origin of the tears that he classified in three ways, ABC noted.

First are the lubricating tearsThese are the ones that are responsible for keeping our eyes clean and in perfect condition to function. In some cases it is possible that this tear is of low quality, so the use of artificial tears is recommended in order to keep the eye permanently lubricated.

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The second type of tear that Fisher classified are reflex tears These correspond to those that we generate in response to an external component, in an act of defense to protect our eyes. An example of these tears are those that appear spontaneously when we peel onions or we are in an irritable environment.

And finally, the third type are emotional tearsThese are the response to feelings that we experience, as diverse as euphoria, joy, sadness or rejection. The Spanish medium stands out “This type of tear contains more hormones and leucine enkephalin, a natural pain reliever that is released when the body is under stress”.

Why do we really cry?

Humans are not born with emotional crying, but rather it develops as we grow up, highlights La Vanguardia, Elena Jarrin, ophthalmologist at the Rey Juan Carlos hospital and at the Vissum clinic in Madrid.

According to the ophthalmologist,When children are born they cry because they are afraid and that is the indicator to communicate with adults when there is no non-verbal communication. As they grow older, they discover first the cry of sadness and then the cry of joy.

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Similarly, in childhood we cry mainly for physical pain, while as we grow and enter adulthood, we lose this sensation and rather our tears are consequences of sentimental and empathic situations.

It is at this time that we question how good it is to cry and emotional tears are often difficult to expose due to social contexts.

According to Lauren Bylsma, assistant professor of psychiatry and psychology at the University of Pittsburgh, emotional tears in adults can have “more complex social functions to obtain support and comfort from others or to have communicative or social bonding functions,” notes CNN.

Getting emotional or crying in front of the rest can be seen as a vulnerability, so the containment of emotions is more common than we think, which is increased in men, since their hormonal connection with affectivity is less.

According to the biochemist’s research William Frey, it was revealed that indeed, women cry more, specifically 5.3 times a month, while men cry 1.4 times in the same period, which is due to this hormonal connection with affectivity, which is much higher in the female gender.

Crying… Is it good?

Scientific evidence does not exist, this is mainly due to how difficult it can be to investigate emotions in a laboratory, however, It has been shown that the composition of an emotional tear has a higher protein content as mentioned above and that when people cry they usually feel relief, having that feeling of relief.

According to the Dutch psychologist, Ad Vingerhoets, crying in front of an acquaintance is the best way to achieve this catharsis ”, which is enhanced into a“ calming effect ”in the face of the positive reaction of the person next to them. If the opposite happens, it will be more of a moment of discomfort.

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For Japanese academic Hidefumi Yoshida, the best way to relieve stress is to cry once a week. According to Infobae, Performing actions that enhance crying, such as emotional music or exciting movies, stimulate parasympathetic nervous activity that slows the heart rate, and this can have a calming effect on the mind.

Performing this action can be perceived as a cleansing of repressed emotions in the face of stress, so it could even be more effective than laughing or sleeping.

In times of pandemic, many people have declared that they are spontaneously crying in various situations, which in the opinion of Lisa Brateman, It has a psychological basis behind it, and that is that the body is trying to process this situation.

As mentioned to Vogue, “Less stress is connected with more frequent crying. Even a small rise in the level of conflict or fear tends to trigger the need to cry “ adding “Crying can reduce the accumulation of emotions that seem to overwhelm us to the point of not being able to handle them”.

Although you have to consider that those who deliberately suppress their tears, can have negative effects, which can manifest themselves both psychologically and physically, says Lisa Bylsma to The Washington Post.

An example is that Containing stress can lead to headaches, and just as people temper their suffering, they can also do so with emotions such as joy and happiness.

Given this, the best thing is that if you feel like crying, just cry, it can reduce your stress especially at this time.


“She cries all the time”

Last month, Skylar Mack was heading to the Cayman Islands, where her boyfriend was competing in a jet ski competition. She had just finished her first semester of medicine and therefore wanted to decompress with her darling Vanjae Ramgeet, but broke the rules in place there. Indeed, it is necessary to quarantine for 15 days before moving freely on the island.

Except that after one day, the young woman decided to break the rules to attend the competition in which her boyfriend was participating. She removed the electronic bracelet attached to her arm which allowed her to verify that she was not moving from her hotel. However, the authorities quickly spotted her and did not hesitate to jail her.

The family supports her

Last week, the student and her companion were sentenced to four months in prison, “the result of selfishness and arrogance,” said the judge. The student’s family tell NBC they are now close to despair: “She cries all the time. She wants to go home. She knows she made a mistake. She admits it too. She’s pretty hysterical right now. “

“We’re not saying she didn’t do anything wrong. We just think that the punishment is not proportional to what she did ”, pleads the family, hoping that the sanction will be reviewed during the appeal that the family introduced.


VIDEOS: “Son, look where I came to see you!”, Says woman to thief who tried to lynch in Hidalgo

Several videos circulating on social networks show the moment when a mob of people captures the alleged criminal and, between blows and pulls, takes him to the garden of the Municipal Palace, there they tie him against a post and place a sign with the legend “I’m a thief.”

Mexico City, September 27 (However) .- A young it was tied to a pole and it was about to be lynched, after being caught robbing a store, in the municipality of Progreso de Ocampo, in the state of Hidalgo.

Several videos circulating on social networks show the moment when a mob of people captures the alleged criminal and, between blows and pulls, takes him to the garden of the Municipal Palace, there they tie him against a post and place a sign with the legend “I’m a thief.”

One more video recording shows the mother of the alleged thief regretting the apprehension and asking her to understand.

“I love you very much, son. What’s more, when I was there I thought I would never see you again. I felt that I was dying, son, look where I came to see you, in what situation, son ”, says the woman wrapped in tears.

“Please understand, you are the only thing I have. You are the only man in my house, understand. If your father left us, why are you doing it with me? ”He reproaches him.

Seeing the people who wanted to hand him over to the police, the woman protects the subject and hugs him, “I am going to answer them for the damage he has done,” she says.

“No, Normita, let him pay for his crime, let him feel, Norma. She is your son and it hurts ”, a neighbor replies. “But if every time you get her out of her problems, she will continue to be the same,” another citizen agrees.

Finally, the subject was handed over to the authorities, who transferred him to the Public Ministry to define his legal situation.

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Far Cry 6: Ubisoft clarifies (finally) the situation, the 4K at the rendezvous only on the Xbox consoles?

A few days ago, Ubisoft took advantage of his presentation Forward to lift the veil (officially) on Far Cry 6 through a trailer CGI which introduced us to the antagonist of this new opus. The video in question ended with the announcement of the release date and the few customary notices.

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Except that one of these mentions attracted attention and caused a lot of ink to flow. Indeed, we could read that only the Xbox One X and Xbox Series X would offer 4K Ultra HD. An assertion very quickly taken up on social networks to fuel the war of player communities that rages there.

Indeed, for some, it was proof that the consoles of Sony could not run the game in 4K. An explanation that does not take into account the PC and Stadia versions. For others, it’s a simple matter of nomenclature, Microsoft speaking of “4K Ultra HD” where Sony, for the PS4 Pro in particular, generally used the term “4K HDR”. Some people simply thought of a marketing phrase “placed” by Microsoft. Indeed, each builder can put a mention at the end of trailer, Sony and Google chose the traditional ones copyrights et Microsoft might have opted for this formulation to indicate that the Xbox One and Xbox One S will not offer this resolution.

We will probably never have the explanation. Nevertheless, we finally had a clarification ofUbisoft, who spoke to Cultured Vultures :

To clarify, Far Cry 6 will be available in 4K on PS5, PS4 Pro, and PC. More details will be communicated shortly.

Yes, the PS4 Pro, PS5 and PC versions will indeed be playable in 4K. If the declaration does not mention Stadia, the cloud gaming should offer 2160p as well. As for the PS4 Pro, it should not offer this resolution natively ; it could also be based on a lower resolution, like the last episode, which was shot at 1620p.

Far Cry 6 is due out on February 18, 2021 on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, PC and Stadia. The title is available for pre-order from € 59.99.

Read also: Far Cry 6: Ubisoft takes stock of the plot, the different editions and pre-order bonuses, an interview with Giancarlo Esposito broadcast


Madame de Genlis, a driving force for “female authors”

One could not have hoped for better than such a title the Woman author for this series on the too often overlooked works of women of letters. Published in 1802, this short story by Stéphanie Félicité du Crest, through her marriage Countess de Genlis, Marquise de Sillery, designated in literary history as Madame de Genlis, launches the pavement in the pool where the women dreaming of being published.

Read also: the first episode Marc de Montifaud, storyteller from the “Contemporary Comedy”

You can imagine that Madame de Genlis (1746-1830) speaks of her as a female author (1) in a moment stuck between two centuries, sometimes called the Turning of Lights, or even designated by a less brilliant appellation, as the do the authors ofA “nameless period”, the years 1780-1820 and the making of literary history (Classiques Garnier, 2016), Fabienne Bercegol, Stéphanie Genand and Florence Lotterie.

This short novel finds its place within the third volume of New moral tales, and historical news, but it could very well be a question of “overturned” morality, as Madame de Genlis defends – in hollow – women who wish to write and especially publish, a great taboo at the time!

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Feeling, but not only

The Woman author, short, somewhat old-fashioned work, is sentimental news typical of a fashion from England, but it also belongs to the vein of the analytical novel founded, in France, by the indestructible Princess of Cleves by Madame de la Fayette: same psychological drilling, same intoxicating topoi around encounters and declarations… For example with regard to the allusions to the colors loved by the characters: «[Natalie] noticed that all the draperies and all the furniture in the house were green, and she remembered that the livery of the father of the Countess de Nangis was also this color ”; as a result, Natalie, the heroine, “Decided to comb her hair with leaves, and she put on a green dress. “It is,” she says, “the livery of my rival; but it is the color that Germeuil prefers! …” “ Here we are immersed in the vocabulary of colors – explicit, therefore less fine, in Madame de Genlis – used by Monsieur de Nemours with regard to the Princess. This is the general tone.

We meet there two sisters, loving one towards the other, but of very dissimilar temperament: as much Dorothée is wise and prudent, without being pusillanimous, never exceeding what she owes with her sex and what the society in which she lives represents, that is to say decency and discretion in the wife and mother (a bit boring, Dorothée?); as much Natalie is curious about everything, industrious, even reckless, especially, there too, in consideration of what one was entitled to expect from a lady of high society. More passionate, more restive and eager for her autonomy: Madame de Genlis, in short! Especially since, in real life, she too had to support herself, caught in the turmoil of history.

Natalie prides herself on writing, and even more on being published. Even if, as happened to Madame de Genlis, she wants to see her work published in the first instance in order to bring help to imprisoned gentlemen. What a noble reason! But the auctorial rubicon is crossed: write, let’s admit, as long as it remains discreet and especially not at the expense of the talent of men; write to educate, so be it! – and we know the talents of Madame de Genlis in this field throughout her life, it is enough to think that she was appointed “governor” children of the Duke of Orleans – but publish, what the hell, here is something else!

Madame de Genlis giving a harp lesson to Mademoiselle d'Orléans.

Madame de Genlis giving a harp lesson to Mademoiselle d’Orléans. Image Gallica. National Library of France

The sentimental intrigue revolves around a brilliant, but conceited man, Germeuil, whom many women covet, including Natalie, to whom he will be angry – and in particular for the fact of having published – but we let you discover this basement of the intrigue in which the search for justice, independence and self-realization takes place which drives this very reckless heroine. The usual sentimental envelope is there to welcome the analysis and recommendations of Madame de Genlis, first interested: that women do not venture above all to publish, on the part of the one who has done it so much. Skillful fight led by the gang … The representation we make of female authors is beautifully and tastily exposed, but definitive: “We do not represent the graces fixed near a desk, watching and meditating in the calm of the nights; it is a branch of roses that must adorn beauty, a laurel wreath ages it. ” A kind of “Be beautiful and do not write or publish”

“More injustice than a man”

Madame de Genlis will not stop there and will publish in 1811 Of the influence of women on French literature, as protectors of letters and as authors, or Précis of the history of the most famous French women, as Martine Reid, director of a recent essential sum, recalls, Women and literature. A cultural history (Gallimard, Folio, 2020, 2 vol.) And editor of the Woman author (Gallimard, Folio, 2007), in his article “Madame de Genlis in the editorial field of her time”, (BnF review, 2011, n° 39, p. 38-45).

Madame de Genlis is best known for her Memoirs in 10 volumes, published in 1825, which bring their readers through the Revolution and all that precedes it, emigration, as our author herself knew, the Empire and the Restoration. That is to say if this sum deserves its fame and posthumous interest, especially since it was written by a woman: she was well aware of her business, as she underlines in her preface, even if she exaggerates her pioneering aspect. : “I applaud myself for being the first author who gave the useful example of publishing his Memories in his lifetime ; I had some merit in taking this resolution […].»

She comes back for a moment Memories on the injustice that was done to her to be an author, especially since she is a woman. And she says it even more clearly on the following page: “A woman in this career must expect much more injustice than a man; but men themselves must experience many in society. ” An ever greater weight falls on the female shoulders, even if any talent is always envious; for women, the weight is first that of morality and propriety. Madame de Genlis obviously did not follow what seems to be the strong reluctance she puts forward in the Woman author: during her long life, she will have published over… one hundred and forty books. As Martine Reid points out, as such, mad with letters, with an ever-renewed capacity to make the successive deal of the edition of the turbulent periods it goes through its own, she would have her place alongside Madame de Staël and from George Sand, nothing less.

(1) The term “author” is spelled in this article as in the title of the book, for reasons of consistency, although we speak of women.

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The histrionic actor who made the (female) audience and critics cry

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«Do you realize that his theater is downright bad? » «For my thousands and thousands, or millions of spectators, it is great and I would not understand a better one. Look at me, on one occasion, in a Spanish city, a group of intellectual people whistled the play, or my work, and the entire audience of the theater, who filled it, and was feminine, came out in defense. The next day, one of those spectators, who was a pipe vendor, stopped me when I passed her stall and told me: “Doroteo, I was in your theater yesterday and I don’t understand the attitude of these people; if everyone made a theater as nice as youI would always go to the theater. ” ‘

This text is an excerpt from a cheeky interview he published in 1965 Manuel del Arco in «La Vanguardia Española». The interviewee is Doroteo Martí, an actor of uncertain origin (everything indicates that he was born in Valencia and emigrated to Latin America, which is why some sources called him an Argentine actor). He was the protagonist of one of the most popular radio soap operas of the Spanish postwar period, «Love Rosa», Which he himself would take to the theater.

Doroteo Martí had as much popularity among the public (mainly the female one) as little appreciation among his fellow professionals. In his book «Here it goes up to the stitcher», Fernando Fernán-Gómez he writes: He was “the great specialist in tear melodramas, idol of the popular publics that crowded the theaters in which he performed, forcing in some cities to give performances even in the morning. On the other hand, among the professionals he did not enjoy a reputation as a good actor but quite the opposite. They considered him mannered, a trickster, they said he used the raunchiest resources of the trade. And that he did it not in a voluntary way, because he put the economic interest before the artistic one, but because I did not know how to act otherwise».

He must have been the actor aware of his limitations, because in an interview, when asked if the characters he played were flesh and blood, he replied: “Mine, because I always do the same, yes.” And it is that, of the eight functions that the Theater Documentation Center in which Martí intervened between 1953 and 1965, six are by the author of “Ama Rosa”, Guillermo Sautier Casaseca: “The second wife” (1955), “A slum next to heaven” (1956) -these two signed together with Luisa Alberca-, “Ama Rosa” (1959), “The two sisters” (1961), “Black Blood” (1963) and “Heaven is on the ground floor” (1965).

Doroteo Martí’s relationship with critics was not very close either. Alfredo MarqueríeAccording to Juan A. Ríos Carratalá, from the University of Alicante, “he came to undertake a kind of campaign against ABC without losing the smile of irony.” It is said that on one occasion, when he worked alongside María Fernanda Ladrón de GuevaraOne night he entered, very disturbed, in his dressing room: «It is tremendous, Maria! They say that the comedy that we carry is a work for illiterates ». “Where did that come from?” Asked the actress. “Here it is, in this newspaper,” replied Martí. And the final answer of the great lady of the scene of the time could not be more categorical and enigmatic: «Well, don’t worry. As illiterates cannot read, they will continue to come ».

Not a few anecdotes are told of Doroteo Martí, who was perfectly aware of what the public expected of him. On one occasion, while on stage, he suddenly fell silent – to the dread of his castmates – and stared at a woman. Suddenly he addressed the audience. «My God, that lady in the third row reminds me a lot of my mother., my holy mother, who could not enjoy my great successes. Madam, may I go down to kiss you? And then she went down to the patio to kiss the lady who, they say bad tongues, later went through the box office to collect the gesture.

Fernán Gómez tells in the aforementioned “Here it goes to the prompter!” another anecdote, which portrays the character. Doroteo Martí carried out one of the functions that were carried out at dawn -baptized «The Gulf«- so that other fellow professionals with works on the billboard could see them. The actor realized that the audience was in the mood for partying and before the curtain rose he addressed his fellow spectators: »Distinguished colleagues and friendly public who honor me with your dear assistance; Before beginning the performance, I wish and should make a brief comment on my modest performance, which you will be able to verify, during the development of the announced play, I am the worst of all the actors who step on the stage, but, on the other hand, I have the satisfaction of communicate that, even being funny, and not the good ones, you can earn millions».

And it is that Doroteo Martí knew his audience well and knew how to touch his sensitive fiber. Fernán Gómez’s book is also the source of this other anecdote. “It represented the drama”Passion and death of Our Lord Jesus Christ” Martí, nailed to the cross at the end of the work, dropped his head onto his chest, as a sign of having breathed his last. Tears roll down the cheeks of many spectators. Others wipe them off with handkerchiefs. The curtain lowers and raises repeatedly to correspond to the applause of a sincerely dedicated and moved public. On one of those climbs, the curtain does not drop immediately, it is raised. The crucifixed man raises his head and in the most natural and friendly tone in the world, addresses the spectators, still moved, and announces: «Morning, afternoon and evening: ” Genoveva de Brabante ” ». And he remains prostrate again, his chin nailed to his chest, his body limp, while the »glories« and the applause continue.