Laughter is the best medicine

On October 20, 2011 by Cherise Shockley

Q1. What physical change do you notice when you realize you’ve been made to laugh or smile when you were previously tense?

Q2.) What was the most absurd thing someone said to you about diabetes?

Q3.) What was the craziest thing said to you by a health care professional?

Q4) Is there ever a time when laughter is not appropriate? If so, when?

Q5.) Have you had an experience with diabetes that was so off that all  you could do was laugh? If so, when?

Q6.) Do you find yourself the recipient or giver of laughter as medicine?

Q7.) How do you ensure you get the appropriate dosing of humor in your therapy?

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Be Blessed

Cherise

 

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