“Sometimes you just need a good cry. Even if you don’t know why it’s happening, it’s important to let your emotions out.” – Unknown

“Tears are the words the heart can’t express.” – Unknown

“Crying is cleansing. There’s a reason for tears, happiness or sadness.” – Dionne Warwick

“A good cry is like a rainstorm for the soul. It clears away the fog and leaves you with a refreshed perspective.” – Unknown

“You don’t always need a reason to cry. Sometimes you just need a release for all the emotions bottled up inside.” – Unknown

“Crying doesn’t make you weak. It cleanses your heart and prepares you for a stronger version of yourself.” – Unknown

“Your tears are not a sign of weakness. They show that you have a heart full of emotions.” – Unknown

“Tears are the safety valve of the heart when too much pressure is laid on it.” – Albert Smith

“Crying is when your heart speaks with your eyes.” – Unknown

“Tears are words that need to be written.” – Paulo Coelho

“Sometimes the only way to find healing is through a good cry. It releases all the pain, hurt, and sorrow built up inside.” – Unknown

“A good cry is a secret bath for the soul.” – Unknown

“Tears are a silent language only the heart understands.” – Unknown

“Crying allows your soul to get back in touch with your heart, so let the tears flow.” – Unknown

“The willingness to shed tears cleanses the soul, provides clarity, and allows us to embrace life with a renewed sense of purpose.” – Unknown

“The tears we shed are the saltwater that cleanses our hearts and keeps us pure.” – Unknown

“Sometimes you have to cry out all your tears to make room for a heart full of smiles.” – Unknown

“Crying is how your body speaks when your mouth can’t explain the pain you feel.” – Unknown

“Tears are the raindrops of the soul, cleansing the dust so that new emotions can grow.” – Unknown

“There is a sacredness in tears. They are not a sign of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues.” – Washington Irving

“Crying does not indicate that you are weak. Since birth, it has always been a sign that you are alive.” – Charlotte Bronte