LAUGHTER & HUMOR GROUP

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LAUGHTER & HUMOR GROUP

Take a break from the pain - if only for a few seconds.  Laughter is good for the body, mind and soul.  Get those endorphins moving around.

Location: entertainment-oriented groups
Members: 69
Latest Activity: Aug 12

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Anyone seen movie: The Angriest Man in Brooklyn

Started by Martin Brooks. Last reply by Martin Brooks Jun 1. 3 Replies

Hi guys has anyone seen the movie The Angriest Man in Brooklyn ?, Its got Robin Williams in it and is about a guy that's told he has an aneurysm and only 90 mins to live and he then tries to cram…Continue

Short UK English based Hummor Video

Started by Martin Brooks. Last reply by Julie Apr 26. 3 Replies

Hi guys, My boss sent this video on to me which I thought was funny and kind of applicable to myself.…Continue

SO INAPPROPRIATE!

Started by Amy Fahrenholtz. Last reply by dancermom May 4, 2013. 2 Replies

I find myself laughing at the most inappropriate things now. At my latest neurology appointment, the woman behind me, who was obviously there to see the neurologist, was explaining to my sister that…Continue

Laughter Yoga and Therapy - cont.

Started by Julie. Last reply by Connie T Oct 8, 2012. 1 Reply

"Most illnesses today are stress related and chronic stress attacks the immune system and makes us vulnerable to infections, virus attack and cancer. In fact, this is a major motive for people taking…Continue

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Comment by Suzy E on August 12, 2014 at 9:51am

RIP Robin Williams... He was awesome at making us laugh. :) I know we are all going thru our own journey with this AVM thing, but laughter was the common factor. But despite his death, it still is. Keep laughing everyone. :)


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Comment by Suzy E on August 9, 2014 at 11:15am

No, I am not becoming the cat lady...lol


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Comment by Suzy E on August 9, 2014 at 11:15am

Here's a recent thing I found funny...


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Comment by Susan T. on July 15, 2014 at 8:39am

Jamie, your humorous comment reminded me that I have told my husband and children that they can feel free to blame my AVM for any personality faults for the experts say we are born with these malformations. So, I tell them I have been unknowingly functioning with a defective brain ... lol.

Comment by takemeasiam on July 14, 2014 at 10:56pm

I totally get your humor, Jamie and applaud it. I had AVM surgery and lost the top half of my ear ( and part of my scalp but that's another story.) So when someone accuses me of not listening or not remembering something I can always say. "Sorry, I was only listening with half an ear." Literally

Comment by takemeasiam on July 14, 2014 at 10:47pm

Comment by Jamie on July 14, 2014 at 10:04pm
I remember after hearing the news of my AVM and my sister was with me so feeling a little silly I looked at her and did,"I knew I was sick in the head". Gosh it was the best laugh! And we laughed so much during all of it.Then after surgery and that darn clicking noise and finding out that it's the screws or what not holding the skull together I just thought, now I just have a couple screws loose. Laughter really can be good medicine.
Comment by Martin Brooks on May 30, 2014 at 5:10am

Hi guys has anyone seen the movie The Angriest Man in Brooklyn ?, Its got Robin Williams in it and is about a guy that's told he has an aneurysm and only 90 mins to live and he then tries to cram loads of stuff into that 90 mins, Its a sensitive subject but I figure it will be funny. Just wondering ?, Not sure if it will be a little weird to watch given all our situations. Thanks.

Comment by Julie on May 14, 2014 at 11:08am
"I intend to live forever; so far, so good." -Steven Wright
Comment by daniellaco on June 18, 2013 at 9:22pm

"Just remember, if anyone ever boos you off stage, that is simply applause from ghosts." <3 Sharon Needles.

 
 
 

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Posted by Barbara H. on August 3, 2014 at 10:00am 12 Comments

My life changed 26 years ago today. Most people when they write that sentence...it usually means a marriage or a birth of a child. In my case, I suffered an AVM rupture and lived! Although completely paralyzed on one side...I learned to crawl...sit… Continue

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