"Did you wake up grumpy today or did you let her sleep?"

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Fun with Laughter

I work in an office environment that's a bit particular. One day, I went to the bathroom and upon finishing was unaware I had tucked my dress into the top of my panty hose. I was mortified to discover I had walked about the office with my behind showing.
B. G., Denton, TX.

Funny Bumperstickers

  • "Every day above ground is a good day."

  • "Horn broken. Watch for finger."

  • "Did you wake up grumpy today or did you let her sleep?"

  • "Women don't live longer. It just seems longer."

Common questions about laughter

What if I don't feel like laughing?

You may need to cry which is equally healing. Tears are the healing not the pain. You may need to have a "tantrum" which is also healing. Watch the little children. They use their natural healing processes with masterful ease. They care for their pain with laughter, crying, and rage without wondering if it's okay or which process is best. They follow their emotions.

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Contact Information

Enda Junkins, LCSW, LMFT, BCD
PO Box 684, Ouray, CO 81427
Telephone: 970.325-0050
ejunkins@laughtertherapy.com