I agree. for example. My best friend was the one to give me my first kiss ever, and that made me smile, but he also told me that he and I can't be together, which made me cry. He is the reason I smile, but also the reason i cry....because I care about him (not just in the "i love you" way)
Yes, I agree. I was in an extremely depressive state a few weeks ago and felt like I was surrounded by so much darkness that I could not find my way out. After talking to my mom and having her remind me how much my family really loves and cares about me, I just couldn't stop myself from balling my eyes out. Last week was my 3 year old niece's 1st Christmas concert, and when I watched her I had this huge wave of emotion come over me and I literally had to stop myself from crying in front of everyone.
to deep for me,sorry.
Sounds like TA for tots. You know, "Warm fuzzies" and "cold pricklies" and "I'm ok you're OK" and all that nonsense?
MAUDLIN and nor helpful.
I guess that statement needs context. Emotion implies you care. I don't know how something with positive influence becomes something with negative influence unless it crosses the bound of no influence and not something you care about somewhere.
there is some truth to that
that's a bunch of malarchy.