Fun and laughter
I make others laugh.
I take part in activities that are fun and make me laugh.
I have a hobby, sport or thing that is a lot of fun.
I try to find humor in bad times.
I can make fun of myself and don't mind when others make fun of me.
I smile every day.
I regularly take the initiative to have fun.
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Private notes on 'fun and laughter'
Humor and laughter stimulates the immune system. Laughter reduces blood pressure and stress. Laughter is beneficial for social relationships, especially couple relationships. Humor helps you cope better with pain.
Recommended How-To articles
-  Bennett, M. P., & Lengacher, C. (2009). Humor and Laughter May Influence Health IV. Humor and Immune Function. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine?: eCAM, 6(2), 159–164. doi:10.1093/ecam/nem149. View
-  Berk, L. S., et al. (1989). Neuroendocrine and Stress Hormone Changes during Mirthful Laughter. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 298, 390–96. View
-  Dillon, K.M., Minchoff, B., & Baker, K.H. (1985-86). Positive emotional states and enhancement of the immune system. International Journal of Psychiatry, 15(1), 13-18. View
-  Lauer, R. H., Lauer, J. C., & Kerr, S. T. (1990). The long-term marriage: Perception of stability and satisfaction. International Journal on Aging and Human Development, 31, 189–195.doi:10.2190=H4X7-9DVX-W2N1-D3BF. View
-  Weisenberg, M., et al. (1995). Humor as a cognitive technique for increasing pain tolerance. Pain, 63, 207-212. View
-  Nevo, O., et al. (1993). Humor and pain tolerance. International Journal of Humor Research, 6, 71-78