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&NonaB , my (now adult) children have always brought me much laughter, too. So glad we have kids who bring us so much joy - it is good for our health. :-D

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I love being around my daughter, she has me laughing
all the time.

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It is strange, but making yourself laugh or smile actually makes you happy lol ... kinda cool really.

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If we can find something to laugh about it does make our troubles seem smaller.

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I love a good giggle! I had hysterics today with my friend so yes I totally agree with you! Mary Poppins couldn't be wrong! lol! you know, the song....!

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Such good advice. I love to laugh. I laugh at my dog all the time and my daughter (rusticliving) has me rolling on the floor most of the time. Thanks for writing this. Will pass it on.

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&AyaKatz , I don't know... I tried it when I was so stressed out, and I did feel better. You should have seen the my pups... LOL It started as a forced laugh then it turned into a genuine laugh with me playing with the dogs on the floor. :-D

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I understand the theory behind it, but I am not sure that forcing a laugh is such a good idea. I tried that once, and my daughter said: "Mom, that sounded like an evil laugh!" It is better to be genuine. Sometimes we do laugh spontaneously even when something bad is happening, and that can be good. But a forced laugh is like warping your own nature.

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Hahahaha....hahahahaha....

I feel better already.

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