is the best medicine, this book is the best
prescription" - Eric Rabkin, Author, It's a Gas
Paper: 127 pages (1994)
Dimensions: 5 x 8
Price: $10.00 plus shipping
Green, who calls herself a
"Humor Educator", believes that humor is entirely too
important to be left to chance. She is an advocate of
the healing and enabling effects of humor. In this book,
she offers ideas for injecting it into most every
situation, backed up by her research and her vast
repertoire of examples.
Lila Green is a popular, nationally known speaker,
writer and consultant on the topic of humor in health
care and life. She is a lecturer at the University of
Michigan, a national seminar leader for the American
College of Health Care Administrators, has presented
programs for the American Association of Homes for Aging
and the Michigan Academy of Family Physicians, and is a
member of the National Speakers Association. In helping
people put more "smilage" in their lives, Ms. Green
believes, with Victor Borge, that laughter is the
shortest distance between two people.
7 Habits of Highly CHEERFUL People
- Collect cartoons and jokes you enjoy from
newspapers, magazines, etc. Share these with your
friends, colleagues, and family.
- Be more playful. Try being dramatic, silly,
improvisational. Others pick up your spirit and
- Carry some humor with you in your wallet or purse
and share it.
- Hang out with people who laugh and find joy in
- Give silly and ridiculous gifts and cards. Shop
- Look for humor...and it will find you!
- Laugh...at yourself!