happy couples with humor

Humor Makes Happy Relationships

Humor makes happy relationships. Not to be confused with sarcasm or teasing, humor is one our most effective coping mechanisms.  Just consider the Academy-Award nominated movie Life Is Beautiful.  Humor allows us to experience an escape from life’s inescapable predicaments. Not just around us, but within us.

That is to say, humor helps us acknowledge (and accept) who we really are. The reminder here (and I often need it too!) is this: It’s vitally important to laugh at one’s self. If we don’t, we end up in defensive snafus. Sincere friends and partners crave connection and authenticity from us as much as we crave it from them.

If not, take this as a harbinger >>

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Terry Klee
About the Author
NATIONAL EXPERT. Terry Klee is a top couples therapist known as the therapists' therapist, the one to refer their own family and friends, because Klee balances intelligence with an enjoyable collaboration. Terry Klee is also recognized nationally for her fresh scholarship about so-called childlessness, and in effect identity and happiness research. BIT OF THE PERSONAL. Those closest to Terry would say that she's: (1) the human who still laughs often, especially with her husband; (2) the buddy who will stand-up for you in the schoolyard; (3) the therapist who doesn't mind saying she's sat where you sit; and (4) the weekend orchardist who's scared to climb the trees but does it anyway. BLOG. So, for a professional blog, Terry makes the complicated un-complicated. She casts neurobiology and interpersonal dynamics onto the entertaining stage of popular culture. So, you can breathe a little bit better in your private world.

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