Jokes

To be funny – Part 3 of 4


Humour, Jokes, Theoretics


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Humor can help you connect with other people and make unpleasant situations a little more bearable. This is part three of a four part blog about how to be funny. Being funny might seem like it takes a lot of work, but it’s actually not that hard once you tap into your inner sense of humor. Even if you don’t think you’re naturally funny, there are things you can do to make yourself and other people laugh.

To be funny – Part 2 of 4


Humour, Jokes, Theoretics


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Humor can help you connect with other people and make unpleasant situations a little more bearable. This is part two of a four part blog about how to be funny. Being funny might seem like it takes a lot of work, but it’s actually not that hard once you tap into your inner sense of humor. Even if you don’t think you’re naturally funny, there are things you can do to make yourself and other people laugh.

To be funny – Part 1 of 4


Humour, Jokes, Theoretics


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Humour can help you connect with other people and make unpleasant situations a little more bearable. This is part one of a four part blog about how to be funny. Being funny might seem like it takes a lot of work, but it’s actually not that hard once you tap into your inner sense of humour. Even if you don’t think you’re naturally funny, there are things you can do to make yourself and other people laugh.

Medical Staff Are The Most Creative People Ever


Daily Life, Jokes


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When you think of hospitals you usually think of a building where you have to be quiet and serious. When you you think of Christmas you are thinking about family, a fun and good time and you usually rhink of happiness. But what will you be thinking if you combine these two words you will probably be thinking about something like a it’s a great season in which you spend time together as a family even if it has to be in a hospital.

Humour on the job


Daily Life, Jokes


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It’s called ‘Seasing the moment!’. That’s what you do when there’s an oppertunity to use humour (as a nursing intervention). Situation: There’s a 24 year old patient who has been admitted to our Neuro Care.