Laughter is the best medicine

Sometimes when a person is feeling down and can’t seem to pull out of it, a good dose of laughter can do wonders. It doesn’t solve all the problems, but sometimes it is just good to find something makes us laugh and puts a smile on our face. Laughing is good for brain chemistry and the immune system. I don’t know what makes you laugh, but I am going to post some links to a few youtube links that really put a smile on my face. If they don’t work for you, find something that will.

Dana’s Dead: Studio C
Make ’em laugh
Danny Kaye – pellet with the poison
A Star Trek Cliff Hanger: Studio C
How the Wizard of Oz Should Have Ended

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About Arden Compton

I love helping people be the best that they can be. Addiction, stress, limiting beliefs & emotions, and bothersome memories are my specialties. I am happily married to my wife Cheryl, we have 7 robust, growing children. I like to ballroom dance, play volleyball, and enjoy the beauty of nature!
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3 Responses to Laughter is the best medicine

  1. youngandtwenty says:

    I absolutely agree!

  2. dave says:

    Having just a few visits with Arden Compton has opened my mind to many other options in my life. He is working with my 10yr old son and I am excited to see where that takes us as well. I am convinced that if YOU are looking for help and seeking for answers you will “stumble” upon tools that will help you overcome the issues one may be dealing with. For me, this site was one of the better tools I “stumbled” upon. Thank You Arden

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