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But mostly laughter.

Paul Feakes

But mostly laughter.

by Paul Feakes

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Published by Queenscourt .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsPayne, I., Payne, S.
The Physical Object
Pagination106p.
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15353270M
ISBN 10095169491X
OCLC/WorldCa24744856

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You have to be very careful about telling me your name if you do have an unusual name because I'll probably put you in a book laughter> and I make a lot of the names up. But mostly maps. Maps are a great source for names BPP2: Really? JKR: Yeah. Dursley and Dudley and Snape are all, erm, places I can't visit anymore obviously. He is the head of faculty of the Laughter Online University, the world's #1 online platform on laughter medicine, and is the creator of the Laughter Wellness method, a refreshing, reliable and rapid-acting system that combines multiple aspects of mirth, integrative movements, mindfulness, meditation and manifesting tools to improve all aspects.

  Whoever said it first, Ellen Jacob, author of the book "You're the Best Friend Ever," agrees with the premise: "Whoever said laughter is the best medicine was right — it's the glue that holds friendships together. To laugh together at life’s ridiculous turn of events makes those events bearable.   So, if you like laughter, consider it sound medical advice to indulge in it as often as you can. If you don’t like laughter, then take your medicine – laugh anyway. Use whatever makes you laugh – movies, sitcoms, Monty Python, records, books, New Yorker cartoons, jokes, friends.


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