When you were growing up, did you ever see your parents cry?
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Not very often. The first time I saw my dad cry was when a neighbor died of cancer very young and left behind 3 small kids.
No, not when I was growing up. When I was 20, my dad got sick, then, I saw my parents both crying. That was so sad and scary to see.
My mom yes, my step dad no. Not sure he had feelings. My real dad, I wouldn’t remember. He left when I was only 3. I only saw him a handful of time when I was growing up.
I saw my mom cry sometimes. I saw my dad struggle not to cry a few times.
I saw my mom cry a few times and it always made me really sad. I never really saw my dad cry when I was a kid.
My mom…too often.
No I didn’t. I’ve seen my husband cry twice, but he didn’t cry in front of the children.
Yes, and it was really hard to see b/c you think of them as such strong individuals that are meant to protect you and then to see them cry shows you they are just as vulnerable as you are.