Humor: Connect with Joy
Humor is a form of play, and its hallmark is the ability to be flexible, to frame life anew. Humor is light but deep. When we laugh, we delight in the now, and help heal our bodies and mind. Laughter enhances our mood, releases feel-good chemicals in the brain, powerfully connects us to others, and helps us cope in times of trauma and stress. Answer these twenty questions to find out about your own capacity for humor.
A Bit About This Quiz
The quiz you are about to take is adapted from The Love and Longevity scale, which was created and tested by Dr. Stephen Post and colleagues of his at the University of Miami. It allows you to self-rate ten different giving behaviors. Score yourself now, and then again as you change and grow in your ways of giving. Please try to click the one option that best reflects your opinion about whether or not each statement below describes you or experiences that you have had. There are no correct answers, so please respond as honestly as possible to each one. To learn more about weaving generous behavior into your own life and becoming a happier, healthier person, buy the book HERE.