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iHeartPodcasts Announces New Weekly Wellness Podcast


''A Really Good Cry''
''A Really Good Cry''

iHeartPodcasts and Radhi Devlukia have announced "A Really Good Cry." The weekly podcast will take listeners through a journey to unlock their emotions and use them as tools to understand themselves better and truly embrace the power of a really good cry. Episode one will be available on the iHeartRadio app beginning April 23.

Host Radhi Devlukia will share wellness tips, surprising revelations and never-before-heard personal stories, conversations around self-awareness and growth, education around what we eat and how it affects our mind and body and how to identify, process and move through our emotions daily, and more. The podcast will also share unique perspectives from a range of special guests including celebrities, scientists, subject experts such as Tia Mowry, Dr. Ramani Durvasula, Cleo Wade and Tan France among others.

"I am so excited to launch this podcast. It's a mixture of things I'm curious about, learning in my life and a place to let your guard down and feel all the waves of emotions we go through in life," said Devlukia. "Emotions are meant to be felt, processed, and released and I've created this podcast as a safe space to hopefully help people do that in their lives. You'll laugh, you'll learn, you'll grow, and you'll have a really good cry."

"Actively cultivating a lifestyle that is focused on positive mental health and wellbeing is more important than ever," said iHeartPodcasts President, Will Pearson. "With our scale and reach, we hope "A Really Good Cry" will help listeners around the world find the comfort and inspiration they need to help navigate the internal challenges they may be facing and find their happiness."

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