so yes, at every job i have ever had, EVER, even while in the army in front of my superiors. i guess you could say i am a "cry baby". once it starts, crying is impossible for me to hold back. if i am lucky i can catch it and slip out of the situation fast. but once i sobbed uncontrollably at work in a customer service area. it can happen even if someone "in authority" isn't really mad at me or being mean, just expressing dissatisfaction with my job performance. i guess because i try so hard to do things well and when i fail knowing that i have done the best i can, i just break down. plus it is always with male "authority" figures and i think it ties into my issues with not having a father. regardless, you should see the look on the faces of the people who make me cry. it is a look of confounded surprise and disoriented concern as they experience my show of sorrow from the front seat of their lives. what makes it stranger still, is that i am a 6'-3" 200 lb man, and not some one most people would ever expect to see in such a state if their not at a funeral or something. sometimes if my crying (in general) progresses for too long, it gets so bad i have to vomit. thankfully it isn't a common occurrence.