Source Pravda.Ru

Cafe for broken hearts opened in Bangkok

A cafe for broken hearted was opened in the capital of Thailand. It is designed for people who suffer greatly after break-up with their darlings. Peculiarity of the new cafe is in the art of combining meals and psychotherapy.

For this very purpose special rooms were decorated in the cafe. One of the rooms is designed to break empty bottles and throw plates and dishes into an enlarged picture of the person whom you consider your offender. People may scream, rush about and dash against foam-rubber covered walls in the second room. At that the room’s soundproofing is wonderful, no sound can be heard outside.

There are lots of napkins in the third room for desperate weeping. If necessary, waiters can be a support and consolation for the sufferers. This room is decorated with mirrors. Psychiatrists say, when broken hearted people see their reflections, they get quieter.

Delfi

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