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Should You Add Crying to Your Self-Care Routine?

Welcome to the world of crying therapy sessions

Illustration: Alexis Jamet

IIt’s the first thing most of us do when we enter this world: cry. And yet by the time we reach toddlerhood, we’re socialized to learn that crying is undesirable behavior. Big boys and girls don’t cry.




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