The truth of the matter is we should cry..loud....strong...and long in order to be healed. Stuffing pain does not heal you. The release of tears cleanses the toxic emotions that hide in pride, ego, vanity and acting like something doesn't hurt when it actually does. The "not crying folks" have other erratic behaviors that arise out of a lack of honesty about deep emotional pain. Life happens...to everyone. I'm glad that Jesus wept to show the world that crying is "normal" when you are hurt. It doesn't mean that you are not strong or resilient. However, it does mean for a time, you are in a season of weeping to wash away the dirt of pain from whatever its sources: death, disappointment, sin, failure or whatever.
Resiliency in the tears is owning the full range of the human experience and inviting God the Holy Spirit to heal you, restore and deliver you. We hurt. We cry. We heal. Keep buying your Kleenex...and let the Lord bring healing from your weeping season so you can survive...life with resiliency.
Be blessed...weeping endures only for a night..get through your night with Jesus. He loves you and so do I.