Sunday, June 26, 2011

What Makes You Cry?

Crying (also called sobbing, wailing, weeping, whimpering, bawling, and blubbering) is shedding tears as a response to an emotional state in humans. The act of crying has been defined as "a complex secretomotor phenomenon characterized by the shedding of tears from the lacrimal apparatus, without any irritation of the ocular structures".[1] The medical term for this is to lacrimate, which also refers to non-emotional shedding of "tears".

   Crying  is part of my life, it's my way to release emotion. There are some story in our life that we can't forget and problem that we can't easily find solution , the only way we can do is  cry for it and that was me.  Have you been  in a situation that is really complicated?  What I mean is, complicated in different way, family, love, relationship? You love your family but  not happy enough? You want  something for your self, but choose to hold-back, because you might hurt someone? Or sometimes you need someone to understand you, but no one can? That was me.. Crying is the only way for me to feel better most of the time. I love my family.. I love my kids so much, they are my life and my strength. I am willing to do everything  just to make them happy.

What about you? What makes you cry?

Monday, June 20, 2011

Secret For Successful Relationship...

   Do we need to revive the romance for the sake of successful relationship? Did you try  little thing that can make him or her fall in love with you all over again? Like sharing laughter, when was the last time you laugh together? Cuddling is extra sweet, especially before going to bed for couple or those who are living together. What about, sending  I Love You  text or naughty messages in the middle of the day when at work, to make him or her smile?  Some couples lose their ability to be silly together, that cause other change and become cold. Actually, am not an expert either, base on my experiences it's really important, if you want to keep your relationship to be  more stronger.

  " A secret for successful marriage or relationship requires falling in love several times and always with the same person." - Mignon McLaughlin