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Laughter Is the Best Medicine


Tip 294

What’s There to Laugh About

If laughter doesn’t come as often as you’d like in your marriage, you might try giving it a little boost.

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Go to the bookstore or library and peruse the joke books until you find one or several which identify with your and your spouse’s sense of humor.

Every day for a while, read some of the jokes to your spouse. It will definitely bring more fun into your marriage and lighten the mood.

As was mentioned in the post on February 15, even the United State’s President’s wife thinks laughter is one of the most important things in a marriage.

What do you think? How do you bring laughter into your marriage?

~ Glenda (gj)

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4 Comments to

“Laughter Is the Best Medicine”

  1. Avatar February 18th, 2011 at 7:27 pm Lisa Norman Says:

    I’ve heard couples say they don’t laugh any more. It is great to have ideas on how to get that back!

  2. Avatar February 18th, 2011 at 9:34 pm admin Says:

    I think I am aware of laughter because my mother died at age 86. I never remember hearing her laugh–not even once.

    Laughter refreshes people so much that it’s healthy to look for as many ways as possible to bring in good things to laugh about. Thanks for the comment!

  3. Avatar February 21st, 2011 at 11:34 am Dreamer Says:

    Although most of us get too much TV in our lives, one of the best uses of that TV set is to watch a half-hour sit-com that makes us both laugh. I love hearing him say “I love to hear you laugh.”

  4. Avatar February 21st, 2011 at 10:47 pm admin Says:

    That kind of laughter is such a wonderful kind to hear. It’s just a healthy, unifying sound and feeling.

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