At India’s first “healthy crying club” in Surat, India, audience members share personal stories from their lives and cry it all out. Photo: courtesy of Kamlesh Masalawala At India’s first “healthy crying club” in Surat, India, audience members share personal stories from their lives and cry it all out. Photo: courtesy of Kamlesh Masalawala
At India’s first “healthy crying club” in Surat, India, audience members share personal stories from their lives and cry it all out. Photo: courtesy of Kamlesh Masalawala
Wellness

Crying clubs show laughter isn’t always the best medicine – feeling sad for a while can be just as good for you as feeling happy

  • At India’s first ‘healthy crying club’, members share deeply personal stories to trigger tears and the release of feel-good chemicals in the body
  • Crying clubs originated in Japan after an entrepreneur noticed how emotional typically repressed Japanese people became in divorce ceremonies

Topic |   Wellness
At India’s first “healthy crying club” in Surat, India, audience members share personal stories from their lives and cry it all out. Photo: courtesy of Kamlesh Masalawala At India’s first “healthy crying club” in Surat, India, audience members share personal stories from their lives and cry it all out. Photo: courtesy of Kamlesh Masalawala
At India’s first “healthy crying club” in Surat, India, audience members share personal stories from their lives and cry it all out. Photo: courtesy of Kamlesh Masalawala
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