Laughter is the Best Medicine

When I was growing up, I don’t remember there being much laughter at home. I don’t remember my parents having a good time. I can isolate the memory of my father’s laughter, but it is generally associated with someone else. We had relatives who visited, neighbors who stopped by or someone at the church my … Read more

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Every time they experience stress, they are to flick their wrists. I even have them practice so they will get used to the feeling and how it interrupts the stress patterns. Stress is the number one killer of people in the United States. It causes all types of illnesses; the most common is heart disease, … Read more