The Laughter Effect

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Ros Ben-Moshe, a laughter wellness and positivity expert, attempts to educate the public on the history, importance, impact, and confidence that laughter includes for us all. Following her acclaimed Laughing at Cancer, The Laughter Effect is geared toward a similar audience with the same overall message.

Laughter Yoga and Laughter Wellness are explored with the ultimate question concluding each chapter: “Is laughter really the best medicine?” Following inclusivity, Ben-Moshe references laughter from the contexts of biblical times, aka “the beginning”, to the present day, showing and proving laughter to be a positive and worthwhile pastime.

Reading through The Laughter Effect, the reader can’t help but feel happier and more refreshed—the reason being the continuous immersion into everything having to do with laughing. While the topic is refreshing and light-hearted, the text is best understood from a high school reading level and beyond.

The reading experience is immersive; while facts and statistics run rampant, contemplative questions, techniques to practice, case studies, and self-assessments are found throughout, too. Each chapter complements its siblings and the topic overall. The Laughter Effect will attract readers whose interests lie in bettering themselves and their attitudes towards all life’s situations.

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Author Ros Ben-Moshe
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 272 pages
Publisher Crooked Lane Books
Publish Date 19-Mar-2024
ISBN 9781639105755 Buy this Book
Issue May 2024
Category Self-Help


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