Why do some people have this urge to talk to somebody over certain crisis while others do not? What is the normal range between these two?
I have come across situations and people who have a phone tied to their hand and call and talk for anything, while others do not tell the worst or best news even to those they love by calling them up. Why these extremes? Are they normal? And what is the normal range between these 2 extremes? What do people do when they live in communities without a talk/help line and no immediate friends to rely on? How should they cope when they feel the urge or need to cry on somebody's shoulder when there are cultural or other hurdles to cross? I always wondered since the societies everywhere in these modern times are getting so engrossed in their own selves and there is so much disconnect.