If you see me in a public setting or come to me for a session, rarely will I allow anger, fear or sadness to overtake me. Most often at those times I will endeavor to push through whatever unsettling emotion I am experiencing so that I am better able to serve the Greatest Good.
That doesn't mean, however, that I don't deal with those emotions at a later and more appropriate time.
Most often, that time is in the shower where my tears may flow freely while I am releasing any pent-up feelings. It also prevents my skin from burning if I am crying out of frustration or anger. You see, any tears I shed out of frustration or anger literally burn the skin on my face.
We are, at times, exposed to experiences that bring up deep emotions that must be released so they do not harm our biological and physical systems. It is vital that we learn how to deal with those emotions in the way that suit us best. And, for me, that is why sometimes I cry in the shower.