The use of hostile humor may be used to help individuals express anger (although it sometimes may be used to avoid painful issues or to avoid the therapeutic process. (Schwartz, Enid A., RN, MA, MC. Infusing Humor into Healthcare. p 81-82. CE Express.)

It is very difficult to remain in a state of anger when you are genuinely laughing. (David S. and Robert Ornstein, MD. The Healthy Mind, Healthy Body Handbook. p 174-175. NY: Patient Education Media, Inc., 1996.)

Sharing amusement creates a bond. It is difficult to sty upset or to remain angry at someone with whom you have shared humor. (Schwartz, Enid A., RN, MA, MC. Infusing Humor into Healthcare. p 78. CE Express.)

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