But let me ask you this question, how would the losers club comfort each other when they're crying? (Are you doing HEADCANONS? Idk I just wanted to ask and share some feels)
Bill: When someone’s crying, Bill instantly goes into big brother mode. The Losers are quite literally family to him, especially after his parents start to neglect him. They’re the people closest to him and he’s fully aware that they look up to him, so he totally feels a sense of responsibility to be there for everyone. In fact, he often pushes aside his own feelings for the sake of the group. He’ll sit with them and just try and listen and give good advice, pulling them into a huge hug after and asking if they wanna go get food or ice cream or something.
Beverly: If any of the boys are crying, she’s either 1. on the verge of tears herself because she cares about them so much or 2. she’s putting on her bad ass face and talking some sense into them. If it’s the former, she’ll just allow her friends to cry on her shoulders. She definitely has no qualms for showing affection to any of them, holding their hands and kissing their foreheads while they cry. If it’s the latter, though, she’ll have to take deep breaths in order to calm herself down so she doesn’t yell to talk sense into them. A lot of times she feels like they’re crying for reasons she thinks they don’t deserve to be this upset over, so she has to give them pep talks and reminds them to not give a fuck.
Ben: If Ben sees any of the Losers crying, he always feels so guilty and horrible for them. He’s the friend that says “I’m so sorry” or “you don’t deserve this” when his friends tell him about their problems. He gives such good hugs and truly wants his friends to be happy. He can listen to them rant for hours, just nodding his head and trying his best to smile and tell them it’ll be okay. He’ll always remind them that they’re amazing people and tell them all of the qualities he loves about each of them.
Stan: If any of them come to Stan while they’re crying, it’s when they need really practical advice. Stan, of course, feels bad. However, he’s not the best at comforting. What he’s golden at is logically hearing out the problems, taking both sides of everything and coming up with actually good solutions on how to improve it? If any of them are in fights, he’s the one to convince them of the other side and get them to apologize. Even though he has trouble being super sympathetic and soft like Bev or Ben, he cares so much about his friends and is always there to listen. He always tries to smile and tell them that everything will work out in the end.
Eddie: Eddie is the mom of the group. He takes care of everyone if they’re feeling sad, always prepared with hot tea and blankets and ice cream (with the spoons ran under hot water so they can scoop more easily). He’s the best person to go to when they just want to cry it out and be taken care of. He’s always open for watching movies or playing board games, and has no problem with any of them resting their heads on his lap. He’s not as bad as Richie in this sense, but he’ll always tell his friends to tell whoever hurt them to fuck off and that they’re not worth being upset over.
Richie: Definitely not the best person to go to for solid advice, but he’s an amazing listener and will definitely get as angry/upset as his friends about whatever situation they’re in. If they tell them about a fight they were in or something, he’s the first to say he’s gonna find them and beat them up. After he lets his friends get it all out, he does anything in his power to make them laugh. Making stupid jokes, ticking them, doing his voices. He just wants to see them smile. He’s also another good person to go to if they just wanna chill after a good cry, because he has the best music taste and it’s easy to sit with him and listen to a record and forget about problems.
Mike: Mike is the friend to go to if any of them want to go out and have fun after they’ve been upset. Mike is always up for going swimming, hiking, out to eat, you name it. He is so fun to hang out with that when they’re with him, Mike makes sure they’re busy and having a great time and not thinking about whatever is upsetting them. He also always has his farm open to whoever needs it, and for the Losers it becomes a sort of sanctuary to go pet the animals and feel relaxed with Mike.