People Who Cry During Movies Are Psychologically Stronger Than Those Who Don't Cry At All, According To The Recent Study
July 2, 2019
It is a natural reaction to get empathetic when watching something emotional or facing heart-breaking situations. A bright example is millions of different emotions during a movie.
According to Psychology Today, every individual has oxytocin as modulating empathy — that is a potent hormone which engages brain circuits, leading us to care about people and feel worried about them. So, we cry at movies because the oxytocin in the human brain is imperfectly tuned.
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