Helping college kids relieve their stress, one private sob at a time.
“If I was ever upset around my dad there was no way he was going to let me openly cry about something.”
"Old men in cardigans with their fly down and mismatched socks."
I've gone through breakups, friends' funerals, and family illnesses without shedding a single tear. It's made me wonder if something is wrong with me.
"Do you guys ever notice how trap is basically the hip-hop equivalent to emo?"
Screenwriters are using science and cunning to spill your tears.
"I picture him sitting alone at a desk, hunched eagerly over his phone or tablet, aggressively beating one out. Lovely."
The only guide you need for music's biggest week.
Sports certainly made this man's life better. And for that we should be grateful.
Rakeem Edwards is one of the "live criers" at Portland's monthly Sad Day event.
The poet laureate of sadboys all over the world is back with another broken, bruised, ballad-heavy record.
Apparently the modern man cries in public three times more than his father did, so we spoke to a few of them about blubbering.