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“You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile”: The Importance of Laughter and Humour in Daily Family Life

by Dr Angel Adams, Dr Patricia Papciak

Time spent laughing is time spent with the Gods.

– Japanese Proverb

Image: A laughing kitten

Would you like to laugh more with your children and spend less time fussing and arguing? In this article we want to tell you the important reasons to add more humour into your interactions, encourage your child to develop a sense of humour and explain why it is crucial for you to increase your own entertaining repertoire. We will start first with some definitions. Humour is what makes something funny, whereas a sense of humour is the ability to recognise it. Thus, an individual with a strong sense of humour has the ability to not only identify what’s funny but can entertain as well! What is laughter? Read more