Tickle Your Soul: Live Well, Love Much, Laugh Often
Sorin Books, 1999 - Humor - 160 pages
"There's nothing like a good laugh. It tickles our very souls. It smooths out a soul scrunched up with negativity and a lack of enthusiasm." "We are all born with a sense of humor, but it is a gift that we must develop as we age. The payoff is not only joy in our souls, but health and wellness." These are convictions that Anne Bryan Smollin brings to her career as a family counselor and to the pages of this book with its wisdom captured in a happy blend of psychological and spiritual principles, anecdotes, and folk wisdom from around the world."
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