This week I read the book about one woman, who lost two sons and the third son became a gay. It was a tragedy for her as a mother. But she found a courage and didn't give up. She "put her gloomies in the box and laugh". I found that the new words, which are not used in the English language, are often met in the American English like "unbreake my heart, uncry my tears". Or "gloomies" - the neologism (if we could say that) from the adjective "gloomy" never used as the noun in plural. There is another noun "gloom". But in the word "gloomies" there is a sarcasm of the author. What is your opinons, friends? I want to know.