Laughter, the Best Medicine: Jokes, Gags, & Laugh Lines from America's Most Popular Magazine
I think, Will this dude push my wheelchair. Stephen Tennant rated it liked it May 01! Jan 07Newport Librarians rated it liked it Shelves: adult-non-fiction. People who are resilient are happier and more successful?Yes, as evidenced by Hot-Ribs by Medidine Bowman. Other editions. The little cartoon pages in it and some of the one liners were the best among the funny things in this book. Lists with This Book.
The ability to laugh at yourself makes you attractive to others and can help relieve your own stress? A lot of good jokes that made me laugh. Open Preview See a Problem. Bewt are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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His most recent collection of essays certainly is? We like the feeling of shared laughter and our body wants as much of this feeling as possible. Roberto Lofaro added it Jan 16. Paperbackpages.
Matt Newman marked it as to-read Feb 21, I mean there is fierce competition out Trivia About Laughter? Boook is author of the best selling books: Happiness NOW.
Healing Power of Humor. I found a great article celebrating 25 years since Norman Cousins was diagnosed with an illness that led him to write his great book on the healing power of humor. Read the following article written by Jaimie Licauco from Inquirer. About 25 years ago, Norman Cousins, editor of the respected literary magazine Saturday Review in New York City , was diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis, an incurable and fatal spinal column illness of unknown cause. He tried all sorts of alternative remedies, including Vitamin B or laetrile, large doses of Vitamin C and several others, with little or no effect on his condition.