Sense Of Humor

There's so much stress and pressure on parents and kids today, we forget our sense of humor. We need to have fun time with our kids so they become resilient, enjoyable, and find time with us as pleasant, loving people who are great to spend time with.
Actress Fran Drescher is a 16-year Uterine Cancer survivor and has never let her sense of humor waver. As Founder, President and visionary of the non-profit Cancer Schmancer movement, Fran aims to raise awareness around health issues while encouraging us to take control of our bodies.
Perhaps you had a fairly easy and uncomplicated life -- grew up in a wonderful place, with an in-tact family, stayed in that place after completing school, created your career, started your own family and life is good. That's awesome. I admire you. However, for many others, it didn't go like that.
If you put on an act with the person you are dating, you will never know if he cares for the real you.
There are enough bullies and meanies out there to contend with -- kids shouldn't have to protect themselves from their own parents, too
Play is more a state of mind than an activity. Play creates options; it is the opposite of the highly planned, organized and goal-oriented existence we had built for ourselves. For us, play has become a way to learn to hold even our most entrenched opinions lightly and create awareness of new options.
It lifts our spirits and makes us feel happy. Laughter is a contagious emotion. It can bring people together. It can help us feel more alive and empowered. When you laugh, you transcend the physical aspects of your life and your troubles.
There is a family I know well, and there are four daughters, close in age and the best of friends. Now check out this hilarious photo they posted recently and then gave me permission to write about the back story.
Laughter truly is the best medicine when it comes to keeping us feeling physically, mentally and emotionally young as we