If Only They Didn’t Weep « Clarissa's Blog

I used to think it was a shame to weep in public. It was a sign that something aggravating had really got through to you. Now I think it doesn’t matter so much. I wouldn’t do it to be manipulative, though. That’s not my way. I remember in the workplace bullying situation we had, tears were quite a common occurrence after a while. It was cynically said that when they broke me down I was crying to be manipulative, but that was far from true. It was actually frustration and bottled up rage.
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