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  1. A person may cry unconsciously, either without admitting to himself the cause of the problem, or from a misunderstanding of this reason.

    1. Sometimes there is a problem that greatly disappoints a person, and he does not want to believe in the real cause of the trouble, but understands it. He tries to convince himself otherwise, or just tries to avoid this problem.

    2. Another case is when a person is suffering from an unpleasant situation, but cannot understand the real problem. This, of course, greatly affects it. In case of confusion, a person's feelings cause crying.

    Well, a completely understandable phenomenon can be any human disorders, or rather – mental and nervous.

  2. Because the reason is not obvious to the observer, but nevertheless exists. “See the ground squirrel? No? And he is.. ” (c) DMB

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