Sorry to join in late. Like the others have said you have come to the right place. Based on my experience I would say it is totally normal. I have been here over 8 months I guess. Before I started dealing with the CSA I had pretty much shut down all my emotions. I mean on the outside I was a happy, fun loving sort of guy but inside I was dead. I could probably count the times I had cried on one hand.
Coming here and realising that I was not alone...that other guys had been through what I had been through and felt the same as me....had the same 'issues' I had .... well it just opened a flood gate.
I think truly accepting our feelings is a part of recovery. What happened to us is truly messed up and we have every right to feel sad, angry, pissed off, ripped off, loss, grieving, mourning etc. We need to feel those things before we can 'move on'.
So I reckon (aussie for think) crying is par for the course. It is our 'normal'. It will get probably go in waves. Sometimes you will feel more fragile others more strong.
You are doing the right stuff to heal and sharing here will help you more than you imagine. Not to mention helping other guys along the way.
More than meets the eye!