Can you find something to laugh about?

Throughout relationships it is often heard that we are with people that make us laugh.  Those same people can also make us cry, get angry, frustrated, and many other emotions.  However, you never hear people say that their partner doesn’t make them laugh.

Laughter has been studied by many scholars who have looked at its affects on stress and pain management.  Many have found that the direct affects on stress are moderate, but the psychological benefits are plentiful.  Also that laughter can assist in pain management.

Even through the worst arguments and life challenges, you will find laughter.  Troubles seem easier to manage if you are able to laugh at the little things that are pleasures in life.  Even if you are not able to give a full belly laugh at a situation or comedic act, a smile works almost as well.

We often will argue, fight or disagree with our significant others, however, if we are able to laugh at other things in life these disagreements don’t seem so big.  Many are just misunderstandings or miss-communications that will be humorous when told to friends.

Seeing the humor in life is important to both a good relationship and a healthy life.  If you take yourself too seriously so will others.  It is hard to live without humor for long periods.  So find something to laugh about or something to share with others that will make them laugh.

We all feel better after a good laugh, a full smile and if that fails give them a hug!


Published by Sabrina J. Adams (Syryn TheVoice)

I have many different hats that I wear. Throughout my life I have been many different things: a small business owner, problem solver, mother, friend, sister, writer, designer, employee, manager, consultant, gamer, leader and many more buzz words that I can't think of. Many of these I still do, but some I have let go to focus more on the here and now. I like to share my experiences, ideas and funny things I run across. Ask me something and I will provide an honest and likely unfiltered opinion. I am still learning about life, myself, relationships, parenting and well everything else. I am not superwoman and don't really have my life together, but I manage and am willing to share my tips and learnings. Writing for me can be cathartic and sharing makes us not feel so alone in this crazy, mess of a world we currently inhabit.

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