The use of laughter and humorous writing to stimulating one’s mood of happiness would be the best way to describe it.
Laughing at situations that you have survived thus far and giving yourself credit for hanging in there.
DR. WILLIAM FRY
Dr. William Fry, a Psychotherapist at Stanford University has also mapped out some of the physiological effects of laughter. His works suggest laughter may be a good medicine after all. Dr. Fry’s work suggests laughter may benefit a persons heart and lungs. Belly laughs actually change the bodies’ circumference, as the abdominal muscles join in the contraction. In the workout world this is known as working your abs. So with a few food laughs with your friends, co-workers or yourself you’re killing two birds with one stone.
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