I've known my SO for 7 years and I've never seen him cry. He's cried on the phone with me twice in those 7 years and teared up at the birth of our daughter. He's just not a crier. Me on the other hand, i cry at pretty much anything :lol:
My s/o cries every time he makes me cry , he gets really emotional when he knows he did something to really upset me
DH has cried a few times but I f**king swear no tears come out maybe 2 tear drops that's it. And the only reasons he's cried was because his grandparents passed away one of them passed away on his birthday.
My mom said she has only seen my step dad cry 3 times in 13 years. Once when his dad died. Once after he slapped his oldest daughter for saying stone really bad shit about my mom. And once for flipping out on me says horrible crap to me and kicking me and my 2 kids out over me saying some thing about my lap top being not working right when I was trying to do school work so I was using the computer at there house.
The only time I've ever seen my husband cry is when our son was born. I've seen his eyes get red and puffy on several other occasions but I've never actually seen him cry except for that one time.
I am a bawler. I've been crying about that everyday. DH has cried maybe about half a dozen times in the 12 years I've known him. I know he cries more than that but he'll internalize it and wait to do it alone.
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" <blockquote><b>Quoting
Quoting I♥MyTots:" OMG :lol:"
f**king idiot. I asked him if I could record it & that he was being pathetic.
I'm so nice :lol:
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" My husband never cries, never ever. He's cried maybe twice in the 6 years I've known him. Is this weird? ... [snip!] ... daughter in kindergarten) but can't shed a tear to save his life. Do your husbands cry? Do you think not crying is a bad sign?"
Ive never seen Pat cry, so i hope not.
I've only ever seen my Dh cry twice, and we've been friends for 22 years(married for almost 10).
My SO is a sensitive soul and has cried a few times
I've seen my husband cry quite a few times. From some deaths in the family, when our daughter was born, and a few times when we were fighting. And I know he cries a lot more then I have seen cause he holds it in until he is alone, he has told me. Maybe your husband does the same?
My husband got teary eyed twice in the 5 years we were together (when our daughters were born) and one good cry (he pulled the ultimate girl card and cried while drunk). But that's it. I think men can internalize it and compartmentalize things better than women can.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Mrs. Brightside:</b>" I've seen my husband cry quite a few times. From some deaths in the family, when our daughter was born, ... [snip!] ... he cries a lot more then I have seen cause he holds it in until he is alone, he has told me. Maybe your husband does the same?"</blockquote>
I don't think so, maybe!