哭對我們有好處嗎?
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What makes you cry? Being moved by a soppy or sad movie, waving a loved one off, or getting emotional after splitting up with your partner can all cause tears to roll down our faces. We all have the power to cry, but is that a good thing?
 
When you think about it, shedding tears from your eyes is an odd thing to do. But it seems to be an automatic reaction when we get sad, upset or even when we're very happy. What triggers this reaction differs from person to person. However, the feeling is the same - your cheeks puff1 up, your eyes tighten2 and before you know it, tears are streaming down your face. Some of us may sniffle a little while others might cry like a baby - and some people suggest that it's women who cry more than men.
 
A study in the UK in 2017 found that women admitted that they cry 72 times a year. This was, on average, more than men. Writing for the BBC, Adam Rutherford says "according to pretty much every study done, women do cry more than men, and this result has been consistent since we've been looking." But does this mean men don't get as upset or emotional as women, or are they just more embarrassed about showing their true feelings? The debate continues.
 
One place where we experience emotional and tearful outbursts is in the workplace. This can be somewhere where emotions run high - someone might be stressed, their workload3 might be too much, and, as therapist, Joanna Cross told the BBC, "crying is often a build-up of frustration4 and undealt-with situations and it's a bit of a final straw moment." She describes how someone might start weeping when they're just asked to make a cup of tea because, "actually that's often a backlog5 of situations."
 
But crying in the office or elsewhere can be cathartic6: it can actually make you feel better. Maybe it dissolves or clears the negative or sad feelings you've had. Bawling7 your eyes out shows others how you feel, so perhaps it's a crying shame that more of us, particularly men, don't cry more often.


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1 puff y0cz8     
n.一口(氣);一陣(風);v.噴氣,喘氣
參考例句:
  • He took a puff at his cigarette.他吸了一口香煙。
  • They tried their best to puff the book they published.他們盡力吹捧他們出版的書。
2 tighten 9oYwI     
v.(使)變緊;(使)繃緊
參考例句:
  • Turn the screw to the right to tighten it.向右轉動螺釘把它擰緊。
  • Some countries tighten monetary policy to avoid inflation.一些國家實行緊縮銀根的貨幣政策,以避免通貨膨脹。
3 workload fVCzw     
n.作業量,工作量
參考例句:
  • An assistant one day a week would ease my workload.每周有一天配一個助手就會減輕我的工作負擔。
  • He's always grousing about the workload.他總是抱怨工作量大。
4 frustration 4hTxj     
n.挫折,失敗,失效,落空
參考例句:
  • He had to fight back tears of frustration.他不得不強忍住失意的淚水。
  • He beat his hands on the steering wheel in frustration.他沮喪地用手打了幾下方向盤。
5 backlog bPiyc     
n.積壓未辦之事
參考例句:
  • It will take a month to clear the backlog of work.要花一個月的時間才能清理完積壓的工作。
  • Investment is needed to reduce the backlog of repairs.需要投資來減輕積壓的維修工作。
6 cathartic sOmzt     
adj.宣泄情緒的;n.瀉劑
參考例句:
  • His laughter was cathartic,an animal yelp that brought tears to his eyes.他哈哈大笑以宣泄情緒,聲音如野獸般尖厲,眼淚都笑出來了。
  • The drug had a cathartic effect.這藥有導瀉的作用。
7 bawling e2721b3f95f01146f848648232396282     
v.大叫,大喊( bawl的現在分詞 );放聲大哭;大聲叫出;叫賣(貨物)
參考例句:
  • We heard the dulcet tones of the sergeant, bawling at us to get on parade. 我們聽到中士用“悅耳”的聲音向我們大喊,讓我們跟上隊伍。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
  • "Why are you bawling at me? “你向我們吼啥子? 來自漢英文學 - 中國現代小說
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