Episode 81 – Crying: The Great Cleanse
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How often do you cry? Are you someone who holds it in? Someone who cries only when pushed to the furthest edge? Or a multi-opportunity crier who cries when happy, joyful, sad or even during commercials? On today’s episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom talks about the therapeutic cleansing of crying. Morrie was a self-proclaimed crier. He believed in its deep healing powers and was never one to shy away from shedding a tear or two. We share Morrie’s thoughts on this subject – in his own words – as well as stories from Mitch and Producer Lisa about what drives them each to tears.
Crying is a cleansing. It relieves stress. I use to cry more when I was younger but I do not do it very often anymore. When someone dies of course. I seem to take things in stride and do not cry as much as I once did. I agree that it is good for a person to let things out.