family fun

Understanding Laughter

Laughter has become a natural instinct; the blind, deaf, even some infants laugh before they are 2 months old. It is more common we laugh in social settings than when we’re alone. Even laughing gas loses it’s "oomph" when taken in solitude. Men claim to chuckle and women claim to giggle yet most laughter isn’t … Continue reading Understanding Laughter

being present

Managing Stress & Living in the Present

How we manage stress will have the biggest impact on our quality of life. Do you constantly dwell on the past? Are you always rationalizing outcomes for the future? Do you feel stuck? Do you feel lost? Do you feel like you have no control over your current circumstances? The truth is most people feel this … Continue reading Managing Stress & Living in the Present