It’s good to cry sometimes. 5 benefits of tears you probably never knew about.
You ever heard of a “Crying Club?” A place where you go to cry. They exist. No fooling. I saw it on the internet.
Now if you’re thinking about someplace like the ‘cry room’ at church or the theatre downtown (those sound-proof, viewing rooms where desperately embarrassed parents hustle off with bawling babies), think again.
These clubs are for adults and not only for high-strung, overly emotional women, or liberated men who’ve proudly tapped into their ‘feminine side’.
Apparently, crying clubs have been around in Japan for years – “rui-katsu” they’re called, which literally means “tear seeking.” Even some hotels like The Mitsui Garden Yotsuya Hotel has designated rooms just for crying.
In Britain, the first crying club – referred to as a Misery Club, opened back in 2007 – “Loss.” That place was a hit! It said so on the internet.