How to Laugh More

Laughing improves both the here and now, but also strengthens your emotional fitness, what many call Emotional Intelligence. Note: I am not opposed to therapy, just to bad therapy. For many of us therapy might help, but we also need to improve our self-care . Emotional Fitness Training Exercises are not therapy, but many are built …

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Traditions, start a good one.

When my husband and I turned our home into an insane asylum (we cared for over 300 troubled teenagers, 6 at a time, each needing short-term foster care),  this was our Thursday night tradition: Actually,  there were two traditions. The first tradition applied every night – everyone had to come to the dinner table . …

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LAUGHING INTERNET

With all the ranting, blaming, and complaining about who is responsible for the USA’s shut down, I thought it time to remind everyone laughter promotes Emotional Intelligence.   These two cartoons are my political rant of the day. Image found on Common Sense Evaluation LAUGH A BIT MORE – Jay leno jokes “We’ve got the government shutdown, …

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