A student at the University of Utah has created what’s been called a “cry closet” to help others deal with the anxiety of taking tests, CBS News and others reported.
According to CBS:
“Just let it all out,” university spokeswoman Jana Cunningham told the station. “Let yourself just get away from your studies for the next 10 minutes.”
KSL-TV reports Miller, a senior, created the 400-pound, stand-alone closet for students who need a “safe space sometimes, even if it’s in a very public place.”
“I think one of these should be everywhere all the time,” student Jayde Allison told KUTV while laughing. “Just its name, ‘The Cry Closet,’ is a little funny because definitely finals is a time to cry and panic.”
According to the report, the interior of the closet is covered with soft materials and filled with stuffed animals and toys.
Recently, Tucker Carlson discussed this with author Cathy Areu:
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