Cry Me a River

Cry Me a River

Tears are an integral part of the shared human language of expression -- even though at one time in history a display of public waterworks was considered "emotional incontinence." Explore the world of lachrymal effluvia with us, won't you?

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Topics in this Podcast: human condition, Anatomy, emotion