Hi and welcome to Good for a Laugh.
Are you as weary as I am of the doom and gloom that permeates our society today? Do you like to find the humor in everyday life situations? Do you like clean humor? Then join me as I poke fun at the mundane, the ridiculous, and most of all, at myself.
Sometimes I believe we take life too seriously. The constant bombardment of negativity wears us down, causes anxiety, stress, and depression. If we can learn to take simple moments in our day-to-day life and look for the humor, it will lighten our mood and lift our spirits. Laughter is good for the body, as well as the soul. Studies have shown that people who laugh a lot generally feel better and tend to be in better health. Laughter releases endorphins, a natural chemical that decreases the feelings of stress, as well as reducing the level of stress hormones. Laughter produces a rush similar to a physical workout and changes our perceptive of situations that can trigger negative emotions.
If you are looking for a good laugh, in addition to my blog, pick up a copy of my novel, Other People’s Children, a humorous look at the life of a foster parent. It is loosely based on my husband’s and my ten years as foster parents. I would love your feedback in the form of a review on Amazon.
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So come lighten up with me. Just don’t take me too seriously—I don’t.
Remember, laughter is the best medicine.