I definitely agree that laughing helps your mood and your health... The best gut-busting laughing I ever do is when I'm with my friends and my husband and its late and we just tell stories and make new ones! I always end up in laughter at some point.
If that doesn't do it for me, watching Home Improvement re-runs or Tim Allens Stand-Up DVD always does it for me!
I definitely recommend to stay away from depressing melodramatic movies, and also horror flicks...they always depress me. To each their own...but take for instance when I watched "Premonition" with Sandra Bullock I felt depressed afterwards, it had absolutely no comic relief what so ever and ended depressing. I really felt depressed afterwards. It was a great movie though...And also "Million Dollar Baby", that one was a great movie but when I left the theater I was so down it wasn't even funny. I felt sluggish and timid...Just some food for thought. If you like those kind of movies (which are ok now and then) try to follow that movie with a stand-up or a comedy.
- 3/28/2008 3:26:48 AM