Why not laugh? | AspenTimes.com

Why not laugh?

Dear Editor:

In response to Su Lum’s discussion of laughter on Aug. 13 (“So, why is Marilyn Marks laughing?”), I’d like to respond that my physician (and almost all health books these days) recommend laughter. Most physicians recommend laughter to counter the effects of stress. When did laughter become unacceptable? We all need to laugh more ” especially about ourselves. Try it, you’ll like it!

Susan O’Neal


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