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  • Bob
    Answered by Bob
    One year ago

    I was like this before i was diagnosed with Depression. I went onto medication and that helped me stay in control. I've also had and am having sessions with a Psychologist.

  • Sandie
    Answered by Sandie
    One year ago

    I am on Zoloft and klonopin. The klonopin takes the edge off but i still cry all the time

  • Answered by
    One year ago

    I use to cry myself to sleep every night but I didn't really know exactly why I did it.

  • Tina
    Answered by Tina
    One year ago

    If you feel the need... proceed... It's a great stress release... Actually you might be going through hormone changes... You might want to see a OB/GYN

  • Sandie
    Answered by Sandie
    One year ago

    I cry pretty much all day and when I wake up at night I start all over again.

  • Tmorrison4668
    Answered by Tmorrison4668
    One year ago

    Yup. i Cry a LOT at work. i think it irritates my boss, but his daughter has anxiety issues and panic disorder so he understands. my mom just gets mad at me

  • doc keven
    Answered by doc keven
    One year ago

    Crying is not always and not usually a symptom of anxiety but rather one of Depression or Bipolar

  • Sandie
    Answered by Sandie
    One year ago

    Oh I was diagnosed with severe depression as well as the anxiety attacks. I'm just a bowlful of wonderful :(

  • Halfbreed
    Answered by Halfbreed
    One year ago

    Sometimes i cry for the slightest reason, i think anxiety makes me more emotional and sensitive. At times it helps me become a better person and sometimes to emotional. Specially if im having a panic attack. Hope one day i can reclaim the wonderful happy life i used to have and wish the same with you.

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    shazzal
    Answered by shazzal
    One year ago

    Same as you sandie both sucks terribly :(

  • rainbowgem
    Answered by rainbowgem
    One year ago

    Yea i used to, id get really annoyed that i had started crying then cry more because of it....vicious circle, now on some different meds which help alot but i still cry out of the blue, frustrating!

  • Bradley
    Answered by Bradley
    One year ago

    Yep. I'm having therapy at the moment and usually have to fight back tears at least a couple of times during most sessions. There's usually very little reason for it and I get frustrated with myself. I find I usually don't get emotional at times when most people would (e.g. the recent death of a friend), but that emotion is bottled up and then liable to spill out at other times.

  • AloneInThis
    Answered by AloneInThis
    One year ago

    This was me last night. My eyes were just pouring tears & I couldn't figure out out why or one particular reason. I have done thos at work, in the car, & all the time at home. There's always a trigger, but I can't stop the tears. They have to stop on their own.

  • Kowalsky
    Answered by Kowalsky
    One year ago

    I have exactly the opposite problem. I wish I good cry. I've blocked my emotions and for me it is allmost impossible to cry.

  • mdhall08
    Answered by mdhall08
    One year ago

    I cry a lot too, I cry often for no real reason but I do think because we're anxious we're more sensitive to certain situations, I cry when I'm afraid of something, I'm terrified of this anxiety so when I get overwhelmed I do cry. I do have underlying depression but if my anxiety were a none issue my depression wouldn't exist either. Yes crying can be a symptom of anxiety, it's listed on anxietycentre.com's list of anxiety symptoms.It's of course the symptom of depression so you could be crying for a variety of reason, but when in a anxious state everything becomes magnified so something small to someone might be very hard for us deal with.

  • Dawn2058
    Answered by Dawn2058
    One year ago

    Maybe keeping a journal would help you understand where the emotions or triggers for your crying are coming from.

  • christacat
    Answered by christacat
    One year ago

    yep. was even close to tears today over stupid things

  • cubsfan52802
    Answered by cubsfan52802
    One year ago

    I cry constantly! I feel as though my life is never going to be normal again.

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