Daniel in Caroga Lake writes:
I know that women are emotional creatures, but every time me and my girlfriend get into an argument or a heated discussion, she cries.  We've only been dating for about year and it's not like we fight all the time, but we argued over over something stupid recently- like I don't even remember what it was -  and she started balling like her cat died.  I actually asked her "did your cat die" because I couldn't believe how emotional she got.  She apologized for it the next day, but man I felt crappy.  Is this common? How do I get her stop?  
Daniel emailed the show wondering how he can deal with his very emotional girlfriend who cries every time they argue.

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