From the point of view of science: crying is good?
Until recently, scholars and writers couldn’t agree on the subject of tears. In “Henry VI,” Shakespeare wrote that “weeping softens the force of grief”, and American author lemony Snicket said that everyone knows that a good, long portion Reva often does better, even if the circumstances haven’t changed a bit. Charles Darwin, on the other hand, believed that the production of tears (that is, the act of prolonged crying) is just a useless side effect of work okoloplodnykh muscles. He believed that these muscles must from time to time be reduced so as not to overflow with blood; and the expulsion of tears was just the unintended consequence of this evolutionary physiological process.