Why It's Good to Cry

Think you are week for being a “crier”? Turns out you could be greatly improving your health! 

Experts have found crying lowers stress levels, decreases toxins in the body, gives greater emotional awareness, and enhances of joy.

However researchers, from University of South Florida, also noted there are personality types that do not benefit from crying. So forcing a crying jag may not benefit you. But a great way to test the theory is to watch a movie you know will make you cry.

Try these tear inducing movies: Toy Story 3, Mask (w/Cher), Ole Yellow, Field Of Dreams, Marley and Me, Beaches, Driving Ms. Daisy, Steal Magnolias, Ghost, Titanic, Walk the Line, Miracles from Heaven, The Notebook, We Were Soldiers, Saving Private Ryan...

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