What Crying Does For Us

We humans are extremely good at hiding our emotions until we aren’t

Photo by Ben Hershey on Unsplash

There is no evidence to support the claim that crying causes psychological or physiological harm. Recent research on the psychological and physiological benefits of crying doesn’t support this claim. Researchers found that those who cried were more likely to be able cope with stress better than those who…

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