Short version: I absolutely love where we currently live. I love everything about it.
I absolutely hated with the fiery passion of 1000 infernos the city where we used to live before moving here.
He told me today we have to move back that god forsaken wasteland next August, we have no choice, due to his job. So, I did something I rarely, and I mean RARELY do: I burst into tears. He proceeded to get really mad at me and told me to stop crying and stop being a girl. Granted, he went on to explain to me how frustrated it made him feel when I cried, because he knew there was nothing he could do to make it better and it was really hard for him to deal with that.
Does your husband/SO get pissed off at you when you cry?
Hell no. What he is doing is shaming you for feeling that way you do. Was he raised to "be a man" and that "men don't cry" or "only sissys cry"? Because seriously, I'd probably take a swing at my husband if he ever tried to shame me like that. Crying is a natural response to extreme emotion, it's therapeutic even, a release. He can let you know that it makes him feel helpless without making you feel like a jerk for crying.
And for those saying that that's just how men are... wrong. That's how some are RAISED to be. When my son cries I don't tell him to stop being a baby (he's four) or only babies cry, even if it's due to an over reaction. I talk to him, I comfort him if that's required, or I calm him down and help him verbalize his emotions... Gah, men are more than capable of being emotional, empathetic creatures, "that's just how they are" is an excuse.
I've never really been in a situation like that before - where he gives me news and I cry and there's nothing he can do to comfort me. I'm sure he'd be frustrated in a situation like that too if I burst into tears. But otherwise, no. He's always very loving, supportive, and comforting when I cry.