Monday, November 4, 2013

Laughter Is The Best Medicine

Life is serious. We go to work, do chores, run errands, pay bills, then repeat. None of these things sound fun to me and I am going to guess that they don't sound very fun to you either. We work and work and work. So serious!

Often this seriousness fades through to our marriage. We forget to laugh with our spouse. We need to have fun. We need to smile often. We need to laugh much. We need to do these things together.


Laugh together. Two simple words that are so important.

  • Talk about things you love together. When we talk about things we are passionate about, we are happy and tend to smile, even laugh.
  • Check out Christian comedians. We love Tim Hawkins and Anita Renfroe! These comedians have us rolling!
  • Play games together. When we play board games or card games, there is much laughter!
  • Get together when other Christian couples. Having double dates or game nights with other Christian couples can be a great way to have some fun and laughter.
  • Tickle each other. My husband often tickles me for the sole purpose of seeing me laugh.
They say laughter is the best medicine. Laughter is also the best medicine for marriage.

What are some ways that you and your husband laugh together?






4 comments:

  1. I agree 100%! My dh and I have been laughing together since the night we met. It makes even difficult times easier when we can find something/anything we can laugh about. The best part . . . we've been laughing for over 40 years and by God's grace we hope to continue laughing together for many more.

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    1. That is so wonderful that you have much laughter in your marriage! God bless Deb!

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  2. We love to laugh at our each other. Its amazing how that can defuse a stressful moment.

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  3. We love to laugh at each others silly mistakes. We actually enjoy poking fun at each other.

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