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laughologist

Suzanne LeFebvre-Martin pioneered the laughter program at St-Michel, a school in Northern Ontario. She deals with troubled students and said she was inspired to integrate laughter after reading research about how laughter exercises reduced anxiety in children. It worked.
Sunday May 5 has been proclaimed World Laughter day, an annual event where people gather in public places to simply laugh. And the only way this might be possible is because of this bizarre aspect of human nature that has essentially been hiding in plain sight. You can make yourself laugh by simply laughing.
Q: Why won't sharks attack lawyers? A: Professional courtesy. "Lawyer." These days just the word conjures up jokes. Type