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    I have to commend you in these extremely difficult times and worries of the future of our country,you give comedic relief of the serious difficult situation we are in.

    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet-Daytona View Post
    I have to commend you in these extremely difficult times and worries of the future of our country,you give comedic relief of the serious difficult situation we are in.

    Thanks!!

    No problem JD, I'm just a caring hot boater trying to help all you angry rightie hot boaters get through the day .......



    "Humor is essential to mental health for several reasons. First, it assists us to connect with others. Our needs to affiliate with others is enhanced through humor.

    Second, humor reduces stress by assisting us to view the world with perspective. Humor shifts the ways in which we think, and distress is greatly associated with the way we think. It is not situations that generate our stress, it is the meaning we place on the situations. Humor adjusts the meaning so that the event is not so powerful. Shakespeare has said, "Nothing is good or bad. It is thinking that makes it so."

    Third, humor helps us by replacing distressing emotions with pleasurable feelings. As I wrote in one of my articles, "Humor and distressing emotions cannot occupy the same psychological space." You cannot feel angry, depressed, anxious, guilty, or resentful and experience humor at the same time. Most of us have experienced a time when we have been angry and someone, while in the throws of our being angry, does or says something humorous. A typical response is, "Don't make me laugh. I want to be angry." Intuitively we know that we cannot maintain distress and experience humor simultaneously.

    Fourth, humor changes how we behave, when we experience humor we talk more, make more eye contact with others, touch others, etc. Humor increases energy, and with increased energy we may perform activities that we might otherwise avoid.

    Fifth, humor changes our biochemical state by decreasing stress hormones and increasing infection fighting antibodies. It increases our attentiveness, heart rate, and pulse. Finally, humor is good for mental health because it feels good! " Steven Sultanoff, PHD

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    angry rightie
    Well, at least we are not mad.
    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life"

    - - Robert A. Heinlein

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