How To Laugh When Angst And Angry

One of the most important lessons I learned as a foster parent was how angry words, curses, threats, swear word were all too often the trigger that lead to violence.  The violence level among our foster children dropped by 90% when we got tough on langauge. Tough meant going to your room to cool off …

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Laugh As Often As You Can

Now for a joke on the topic of living in your own world that makes me laugh a bit every time I read it. Thank you High School Friend Jack Simcox for this one. And thank whoever posted it for Jack to find and share.  Here it is: Grandma is eighty-eight years old and still …

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SAINTS IN TIME

Some  can laugh at this. Did you?  Then if you are a senior, you’ve earned a Saint’s Award. Laughing keeps you strong, as long as you laugh with,  not at. This joke gave me an even better laugh.  It was sent to my by  high school friend Jack Simcox. She was standing in the kitchen, …

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