Cover design for The Laughter Effect by Ros Ben-Moshe
In her book, Ros Ben-Moshe, a lecturer in the Department of Public Health at La Trobe University in Melbourne, suggests an unusual kind of psychotherapy: laughter. This approach promotes physical and psychological well-being and shapes the ability to take things easier and to smile more often. The author provides many practical examples of laughter therapy and describes how laughter can increase stress tolerance, make it easier to cope with life’s hardships and recover from turmoil.
The main character on the cover literally heals with a smile, proving that a positive attitude can cure almost any disease.