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crying is to HSPs(Highly Sensitive Persons) what stimming is to Autistics,
you can get a quick idea of the health of an HSP by how recent the last time they cried was.

So, here's what I'm thinking. I'm thinking if an HSP hasn't cried in three days, that's a clear sign something is wrong and if an HSP hasn't cried in a week, that's an exceptional sign that something is very, very, very wrong.

That is, there's no concern about how often crying is done regarding the personality of HSP, there is only concern when crying is not present for a certain length of time. As crying is a stress relief valve, you don't mind how often they relieved stress, what you care about is if they are relieving stress regularly.

Hmm, something to ponder.

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