Beautiful women are fascinating, especially if they possess beside the beauty of their physical well being, the beauty of the spirit. Beside knowing the personality of my wife, I have little or no knowledge at all in understanding the personalities of women as equal human beings the way I understand the various personalities of men as a whole. That is, perhaps, why I was immediately attracted to an article which appeared on page 20 of a monthly newspaper called " Profile News. "
Before start digging in the how to discovery the personality of a woman, it is only appropriate to give an idea about " Profile News: "
* It is a newspaper being published for serving mainly the Arab American community in the United States of America.
* The first half of the newspaper is published in English and the second half is published in Arabic.
My interest in " Profile News " is concentrated mainly in what it publishes in Arabic, since what it publishes in English I can get from other English resources. Hence, the following is my own translation of what " Profile News " has published on page 20 of April, 2014, on how to discover the personality of a woman from the WAY SHE CRIES, ( the questions raised in this essay are all mine ):
A Woman Cries While Her Head Is Down: What Does That Tell About Her Personality?
~ It means that she is compassionate and emotional.
~ It means that she likes to have someone setting next to her.
~ It means she is afraid of loneliness.
~ It means that she likes her lover to be setting next to her.
~ It means that the reason for her crying stems from losing her lover.
A Woman Cries While Covering Her Face By Her Hands: What Does It Tell About Her Personality?
~ It means that she is very sensitive and shy.
~ It means that she has many pain times but loves life.
~ It means that she gets hurting easily and recover easily as well.
~ It means that she has transparent and good heart.
~ It means that she pays attention to the way she looks externally.
~ It means that she hates injustice and has ambition for goodness and happiness.
A woman Cries With An Agonizing Sound: What Does That Tell About Her Personality?
~ It means that she is extremely sensitive but exaggerates her feelings.
~ It means that she is ambitious.
~ It means that she does not like to have problems in her daily life.
~ It means that she has propensity for sadness.
~ It means that she likes to be alone.
~ It means that she does not like to be the first one for choosing anything.
~ It means that she escapes, sometimes, from her actual life.
~ It means that she likes to see people listening to her and make them feel her sadness, when she cries.
A woman Cries While She wipes Her Tears: What Does That Say About Her Personality?
~ It means that she is a strong woman and has confidence in herself.
~ It means that she does not like anyone to think she is weak or needs pity.
~ It means that she likes to choose or determine how her life must be.
~ It means that she is ambitious and does not like to be a follower.
~ It means that she does not like weakness.
~ It means that she is courageous with her own words.
A Woman Cries While Keeps Talking: What Does That Tell About Her Personality?
~ It means that she likes to hear an apology when one makes a mistakes.
~ It means that she does not like to be blamed for anything.
~ It means that she has a transparent heart and good nature.
~ It means that she is very sensitive.
~ It means that she likes blaming others.
~ It means that she cries a lot and does so for the slightest reasons.
I do feel a kind of helpless, here, and refrain from making any comment because the subject sounds and seems intriguing and too intricately complex to me. But I have one single question:
What kind of personality a woman has when she does not cry at all, regardless of the pains and agonies she might have encountered ?
A friend of mine has answered the question off the cuff, by saying that such a woman, if exists, is no longer a human being, since her normal human feelings and human senses no longer exist. For one reason or maybe for many reasons, her normal human feelings and senses were completely wiped out.
As I recall how Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy, wife of President John Kennedy, behaved publicly during his assassination in 1963 and during his funeral, I wonder if my friend is correct in his comments. I am a witness of how Mrs. Kennedy behaved in public, with no tears at all, but her human and great agony was so apparent to me on her lovely and dignified face, as I watched her, then, on my black and white television.