During the course of the treatment of some neurotic conditions, certain interrelations between urination and weeping were noted. In general these may be grouped into: (a) Relatively normal mechanisms in which weeping and urination both serve as tension-discharging functions and may come into play alternately or simultaneously. Both weeping and urination may be increased in states of chronic tension or anxiety. (b) Specific types of neurotic weeping which are determined by a displacement of urination urges on to weeping. A similar displacement but in the opposite direction, i.e., the diminution of the urge to weep resulting in an increase in urination urges, may also occur. The clinical observations which stimulated this study, however, have been chiefly along the lines of displacement of urination urges on to weeping with resultant peculiar types of neurotic weeping. My own cases have been women patients.