Have a good laugh

People are busy Christmas shopping, parties and meeting up with friends. There’s so much going on around us but you’re tired and fatigued, sick of treatment and would love to join in all the fun.  It’s tempting to sulk in discouragement. But don’t let that happen. The joy you get from laughing with friends or playing …

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Don’t leave all the photos on your phone, tablet or computer. Printing is so easy and inexpensive now. Print some and make a photo/scrapbook with notes and memories. It’s not about being neat and precise, it’s about having fun remembering happy times. I’m so pleased Shelli did! #printing #photos #scrapbooking #photobook #remembering #happytimes #fun #cancer …

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Time to de-stress

It’s not easy to laugh when you are coping with cancer. When life gets tough a good laugh is the quickest way to de-stress. Laughing is an effective distraction from things that cause anxiety and anger so choose your favourite comedy or movie and allow yourself to laugh out loud. Laughter can help you breathe deeply sustaining deep …

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Laughing can pack a punch- it helps increase heart rate, respiration, and it gets the blood pumping as the upper body muscles are recruited into the action. A good laugh causes the brain to release stress relieving endorphins which increases people’s ability to cope with stressful situations. Sometimes it not easy to laugh when it comes …

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