I cry when people are nice to me. I have come to the conclusion that I do not like people to be nice to me, because when they are, I cry. Makes sense?
Art T told me that it is not so. We have not yet figured out the emotion that goes along with the crying, but we decided that I immediately judge my tears, and give them a negative connotation. If I do not judge the tears, and just let them flow, maybe I can figure out why they are happening.
I don’t like when people are NOT nice to me, so it makes sense that I would like it when people ARE nice to me. But I cry when it happens.
We tried to figure out what I am feeling in that brief moment before the judging begins. Do I cry because I have an overwhelming sense of being comforted? Or feeling connected?
Do you cry when people are nice to you? Do you know why?