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5 thoughts on “Laughter as a Weapon Against Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • July 23, 2009 at 8:50 pm

    Haha. Indeed, "Laughter is the best tranquillizer" as I remember reading this quote from somewhere. Good read.

  • February 14, 2010 at 2:29 pm

    i filed for SSi and they wanted me to see one of thier docs (psych) yesterday as my doc didnt explain why I was on Cymbalta (for nerve pain) The gal was soo nice.. My and my friend in the waiting room having a giggle fest of really bad jokes (having spent so much time in the docs with me we just have a good time) It is just infectious. The receptionist told us how nice it was to see us having fun. The doc asked me if my laughter was real or just a way to deal with the pain. I told her that it was all the above.. If not for laughing i would cry.. You can choose to make fun of everything and have a good giggle or sit and waller.. I giggle. I wonder why i dont have six pack ab’s from LMAO!!

  • April 8, 2010 at 6:39 pm

    I LOVE you GALS!!! You crack me up and I am right on board with using laughter as a weapon – even waaaaay before the RA set in! Just cannot get enough of it! THANKS for adding to it! People at work make comments about me laughing or smiling all the time and my standard comment back is “It beats the alternative!” Take care!

  • May 24, 2011 at 7:55 pm

    haha yes I understand the whole “laughter is the best medicene” concept. Earlier today I was getting some blood work done (out of normal routine becuase my red blood cell count has been sliding down a little bit recently due to my new Molexican medication) and everytime I get something painful or uncomfortable done I can’t help but giggle! Most people faint, or puke, or just don’t react but I can’t help but finding the whole situation not even funny but I can’t help but laughing!

  • March 11, 2017 at 12:25 pm

    This morning I laughed because I dropped a cup of freshly brewed coffee. I was making it for my husband – I wanted to cry. Later this morning I tripped up and fell because I was dragging my legs due to my knees hurting. I couldn’t laugh anymore. As for the wall I still haven’t worked out how to break it down. I speak very clearly about my RA and yet it doesn’t seem to sink in with most except my husband and son.

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