Take some deep breaths: Here are a few potential reasons you may be feeling out of sorts lately.
Frequent crying spells can be short bursts of spontaneous, out-of-nowhere (sometimes anxiety-provoked) tears that tend to strike when you’re just going about your life. Yet they likely leave you fairly confused, asking yourself “why do I feel like crying?” or “why am I ~really~ crying, actually, right now?”
First of all, no, there’s nothing wrong with you. “Crying spells can have a physical cause, but they also indicate that you’re built up a lot of subconscious emotions you aren’t processing,” explains Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D., a Los Angeles–based psychologist specializing in relationships and self-esteem.
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