Laughter As Medicine, Not A Mask



My military friend, and fellow blogger, Travis and I were discussing kintsugi the other day. The term means golden journey, and is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery. The discussion sparked thoughts for this weeks post. We’ll tie it in later.


When our son was in second grade, we had the annual parent-teacher conference.

Part of the feedback discussed his humor. We were both grinning and proudly told the teacher we have taught the kids humor is a great way to diffuse anger or frustration. The teacher kindly smiled and said “Yes, very true. Timing is also an important part of humor too.”


Parents crushed. (Continue reading here...)

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