Posts Tagged ‘ laughter ’

KEEPING YOUR SENSE OF HUMOR

Nov 12th, 2012 | By Dr Jerry D Elrod | Category: Senior Moments Blog

It’s never too late to cultivate and encourage your sense of humor. That is one of the dispositions that gives us reason to be every day. Finding humor in so many aspects of life enables a view of life that encourages good health, a sane spirit, an attitudinal perception of day to day living that makes it all worth it.

In the face of so much downside stuff in these past months, an election of negatives, storms of overwhelming proportions, mean world leaders goading each other about possible war, expensive prices on ordinary stuff, it is no wonder having a sense of humor becomes something of a challenge.

Probably, it is worthwhile to sort out all kinds of sources for humor. My



LAUGHING AT YOURSELF: A TRUE BLESSING IN LIFE

Jun 7th, 2012 | By Guest Post | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Following is a Guest Post by Irene Watson. Although she writes from the perspective of the codependent, her message is right on for senior citizens everywhere. You can follow her blog at Rewriting Life Scripts.

Being in recovery can often be a balancing act. One point we may have difficulty with, which may not seem like a big deal but is nevertheless vitally important, is our sense of humor, our ability to laugh and especially to laugh at ourselves.

When we’re codependent, or addicted, or any other issue we have that is dysfunctional, we may feel like all the world is against us and we become overly concerned about what other people think. We may have exhibited