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Is crying out of frustration phsychotic

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Is crying out of frustration phsychotic?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Relationship
Expert:  Dr Rossi replied 6 years ago.

Good Morning,


No. It is not. Psychosis refers to someone who is having hallucinations/delusions.


Crying is a natural response (especially if you are frustrated and feel burned out) It is in a way a coping mechanism. Some people are more sensitive than others. If you think that you may be depressed, then see about getting to talk to someone. If your job offers EAP services, you can even see about getting some free counseling sessions.


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