One thing I really like about Skam is the pauses they have during conversations. Like the characters don’t always immediately respond to one another as if they are thinking about what they are going to say, which perfectly mimics how conversations happen in real life. Often times to keep a dialogue a show has the characters talking back and forth with no pauses in between and it’s not realistic at all because you don’t always know exactly how to respond to someone the second after they say something.
Why is it every guy that Caitlin dates either leaves her (Ronnie) or betrays her (Jay). While on the other hand the one that she hasn’t dated yet is the only one that’s been by her side the entire time besides Cisco *wink wink nudge nudge* would be Barry. Also they hug like they’ll never see each other again.
Tears are a way for the body to let go of the weight of the things you are feeling. Bad or good feelings, you cry when it becomes too much: too much sadness, too much happiness, too much amazement, too much fear, too much anger etc. So, don’t feel stupid for crying whenever you get a little passionate about something, get into an argument, etc ; your tears are proof that you feel very deeply about whatever you are doing or is happening to you when you cry. (fyi it doesn’t mean people who never cry don’t feel deeply, just that they feel differently). Really, you should be amazed to be one of the few to be able to feel and care so fiercely about the world around you and what it offers you that your body needs to release tears so often.
All in all, crying a lot is nothing to be ashamed of. Other people’s opinions are irrelevant here, sure it sucks when you cry in class or at work, but in the long run and in the “grand scheme of things”, it’s not a weakness I promise you. It’s a strength.