Each of us dreams of living a carefree life in which there is no place for negative emotions. It is easiest to cope with failures and difficulties with a good sense of humor. What is a “sense of humor” and can it be developed in oneself?
People who are able to laugh at their problems and find a reason to smile even in the most difficult situation experience adversity and difficulties much easier. In addition, a positive attitude helps a person feel confident, open up new horizons and use their full potential.
A sense of humor begins to develop in early childhood under the influence of the world around us. We are influenced by the jokes our friends tell us, the funny stories our parents share with us, and finally the books we read. Subsequently, humor helps us adapt in society, cope with stressful situations and easily get out of conflicts.
What does it take to develop a sense of humor?
First, you need to remember that theoretical knowledge in this area will not help you, so you need to constantly practice – to find positive aspects even in the most difficult and unpleasant, at first glance, situations. Psychologists say that the best example in this case are children, because they perceive the world with sincere joy and enjoy the simplest things.
Secondly, learn to treat yourself without too much seriousness and do not be afraid to seem ridiculous. Smile at your reflection in the mirror every time you pass by and don’t be afraid to make fun of yourself. After all, it will help you cope with the daily stresses at work and at home. In addition, communicate with people who charge you with optimism. And don’t be afraid to fail.
At first, you may feel that your jokes are not funny enough. But this is not a reason to give up. With practice, self-confidence will come to you, and others will sincerely laugh at your jokes and compliment your sense of humor. And don’t forget that contagious loud laughter draws people to it. After all, according to scientists, it is a “social reflex”, therefore, seeing a person laughing or smiling, other people also feel better.
However, sometimes we still have to hold back our laughter. The reason for this may be family problems or excessive workloads. After all, dealing with negative emotions is not at all easy. Although sometimes women hold back laughter for purely physiological reasons.
The fact is that, according to statistics, every third woman from 25 to 70 years old at least once faced such a delicate phenomenon as drip and mild incontinence.*. And often this happens during laughter.
The explanation here is simple: with age, especially after the birth of a second child, the muscles of the pelvic floor weaken a little and sometimes are not able to cope with the “increased load”. And such a load can be laughter, and coughing, and sneezing, and sometimes just a sudden movement.
Even 10-15 years ago, such a feature of the female body brought a lot of grief. Today, many of the fair sex have discovered special panty liners for every day TENALadythat provide triple protection.
Special pads and regular pads for critical days are designed for different purposes, and therefore differ significantly from each other. TENA gaskets Lady quickly absorb liquid and distribute it over the pad, providing an instant feeling of dryness.
In TENA absorbent layer Lady contains many times more granules that turn liquid into gel than in a laying for critical days, so TENA Lady has increased absorbency.
In addition, with light and drip incontinence, an accompanying problem arises – an unpleasant odor. Ordinary pads cannot cope with this, and special pads neutralize the smell due to the content of superabsorbent. TENA gaskets Lady effectively neutralize odor thanks to the improved Fresh Odor Control system with special active microgranules.
Thus, this small feature of your body will go unnoticed by you and others.
So… Laugh all you want! And our jokes will always help you find a reason to laugh. Subscribe to jokes on www.TENA.ru
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