Give the Gift of a Healthy Laugh This Valentine’s Day

Love and laughter

Summary: Roses, chocolate, and Hallmark cards have always been the standards to express love for someone special. Here’s a way that is inexpensive and has a lasting impact.

Want to give your honey a great gift for Valentine’s Day? One that is virtually cost-free and has a super health benefit?

At the same time, it’s a gift you can keep giving for the rest of the year.

Subsequently, it is one that will work regardless of their size or preference in colors and fabrics. Something that will not sit in a back closet or be returned to Amazon?

On the contrary, the best gifts are often small in expense and prominent in memory.

Caring gifts need not be expensive.

For example, give the gift of a great laugh together.

“Oh,” you groan, “that will never fly; my love wants something more substantial, you know, like a trip to Paris, a new car, a fancy ring. What’s the deal with laughing?”

Firstly, give me a minute to explain the basic idea around laughter. You can use it better once you understand why something is good for us. Okay, why do you laugh?

Partly, it’s to break old, outdated ways of thinking.

Laughter is a way of calming the nervous system.

It’s because you are about to have your brain tricked. Not in the wrong way, you see, brains love complexity and novelty.

That is to say, someone starts to tell you something, and you think the idea is going in one direction, and then you are surprised by a sudden turn down a new path, or you see a different way to look at the entire situation.

Jokes can help everyone relax.

In the same vein, here are a few essential laugh producers that are one size fits everyone:

Like: Knock Knock

Whose there


Donut who

Donut know how to open the door!!!! (Yak, Yak, Yak)

Even those jokes that do not cause an out-and-out belly laugh are good.

All things considered, laughter causes a release of endorphins that wakes up your brain (remember I said the brain loves novelty), and endorphins make you feel good.”

In short, here are a few more to get you motivated.

“Which Taylor Swift tune is the best couple’s song for two ghosts to share? “Invisible Strings.” (Ha, Ha, Ha)

Similarly, here is one from Erma Bomback. “Marriage has no guarantees. If you’re looking for that, go live with a car battery!” (Chuckle, chuckle, chuckle)

Love and laughter are bedfellows that make you feel good.

In conclusion, let’s get back to Valentine’s Day; when you and your honey feel good, the world takes on a rose-colored hue. Now, you can look into each other’s eyes and signal that the time is right.

Finally, give love a chance through a good laugh and have a spectacular, unique, sweetheart time!!!!!

Here’s to your success,

Sylvia Lafair

PS. I put together a book I would like to share as my Valentine’s gift for you. Want ways to express yourself using quotes? Please email me for a complimentary copy of “Bumper Stickers For The Brain.”

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Sylvia Lafair

Creative Energy Options