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I thought it was about time I wrote another post. This is a subject that is fairly integral to my life as I’ve always done a lot of it. In karate I am most likely to cry when I am frustrated or angry. Indeed an article written in April 1986 confirms this

     When a woman in a sparring situation cries, it doesn’t necessarily mean she’s been hurt.  In most cases, her tears are a release from a buildup of frustration, not a result of getting hurt.  If a woman has stayed in karate long enough to be involved in sparring, she can hide her pain just as easily as anyone.  If she got hit, she’s likely crying because she’s frustrated she didn’t, or couldn’t, block the attack.  In sparring, a woman is colliding with her femininity on all sides, and crying works very well as a release of tension. …

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