In India, crying or moaning about sorrows is not a problem. It can be considered a national pastime. But inspired by Spain‘s Crying Room, we could tackle our own cultural problem by setting up a room of our own. Every office could have a Shouting Room, a haven for yes men and women who can spill the beans, rage against workplace injustice and feudal lords as bosses, in a safe place without fear of retribution. The fear and stigma of speaking one’s own mind can translate into a workplace being a repository of ‘professional doormats’. To let out much of this accumulated steam, and for workers to not feel like complete cretins, a Shouting Room is worth a shout-out to ease doing business.