To cry or not to cry - crying is a migraine trigger

Senna at 12h20
11
May
2010
To cry or not to cry - crying is a migraine trigger

Replying to Liz about laughter instead of crying, I have been reminded that a new friend recently asked me:
"I like a good cry, don't you?"
I was horrified and replied
"No, I hate crying I seldom do, it hurts my head too much".

I have noticed that connection ages ago, so I've trained myself and crying is a big No, NO for me: it is a serious M trigger for me. The moment I start crying I know that I will get a guranteed [......]
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