On the stage of life, our emotions tend to mimic classic theatre masks. Representing the division between comedy and tragedy, the masks are symbols of drama. Simply put, when something is funny, we laugh. When something is sad, we cry. These are typical reactions to an event or story. But, for people with pseudobulbar affect, it is much more difficult to control emotional responses such as laughter or crying. Outbursts are common.

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