First of all. There is a reason. You might feel like there isn’t any. But, that isn’t true. We are all humans, we are complex creatures. The reason could be many. Its in deep level of yourself. There are probably good enough reasons for you to cry.
It could be some old emotions that are working themselves their way out.You might be consciously fine. Subconsciously something in your life is causing pain and you probably can’t figure out what it could be.
Its true in a society we live in, people frown on negative emotions and its hard for us to bring out our emotions.
It is the anxiety of Affinity. Affection lost, in doubt or denied. We try to keep ourself distracted while going through the emotional dispute. So, this brings back to the memory when you are at rest.
We might not want to face the loss of something or any pain. So, we try to put it away from our thoughts as much as possible, but they stay right there at the edge of consciousness, waiting to intrude.
We get all the alone time when we are alone. When you are alone you think a lot more than you think while around people. Your mind wanders and finds its way out to let the feelings flow when you are alone, you are free to act upon them and allow them to be experienced.
Loneliness makes us feel emotionally vulnerable and feel so many complex emotions that makes us feel weak The sad thing is you would want someone to be there to console you but you are alone. So being lonely at that time makes it even worse and make you feel a lot more lonely.
What do we do about it???
A few tears sliding down your cheek in a moment of quiet is good for you. It allows you to decompress and even out your inner self. Denying this release could lead to rage or depression. There is no shame or wrong in being human and in private it allows us to feel things like anger or grief without involving others or making too much of the situation.
Let the tears roll, crying sometimes even if we don’t know exactly why we’re doing it, is healthy, normal and part of being a functioning, emotionally-connected human being.