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Accomplishments for 2013 – Don’t Make Me Laugh #NHBPM

Day 29 – Thursday, Nov. 29 “If I could accomplish one thing (anything) in 2013 it would be…”. #NHBPM #NaBloPoMoTo Find My Sense Of Humor -  National Health Blog Post Month

We Go Health Prompt: “If I could accomplish one thing (anything) in 2013 it would be…”
Chato Stewart: [searching for his humor]
Caption: To find and keep my sense of humor

Day 29 of the National Health Blog Post Month of the blog party at We Go Health comes to a close with the bloggers participating by thinking about the future.  “If I could accomplish one thing (anything) in 2013 what would it be? First off, I cannot believe it’s 2013!!! This cartoon above may be a little confusing to some of my regular readers, you may be thinking how can I lose my sense of humor?  The truth is I am not a very happy person. Yes, that’s hard for me to say and even harder for me to write.  That is why I truly believe in the power of humor as a coping mechanism and tool to keep balanced.

Laughter and laughing is like a muscle that needs to be moved and flexed and worked out to build up so you can keep using it. It is true that people can lose their sense of humor. Especially undergoing the trauma of mental health episodes. In 2013, I am going to work harder to find and keep my humor and to smile and laugh more…and that’s no joke!

If you need some help check out: 19 Ways to Enhance Your Sense of Humor

1. First, regain your smile.
2. Treat yourself to a comedy festival.
3. Recall several of the most embarrassing moments in your life. Then find the humor in them.
4. Anytime something annoying and frustrating occurs, turn it on its head and find the humor.
5. Read the comics every day and cut out the ones that remind you of your life.


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Accomplishments for 2013 – Don’t Make Me Laugh #NHBPM

Chato Stewart

Chato Stewart has a mission, to draw and use humor as a positive tool to live, to cope with the debilitating effects symptoms of mental illness. Chato Stewart is a Mental Health Hero and Advocate. Recovery Peer Specialist board-certified in Florida. Chato is the artist behind the cartoons series Mental Health Humor, Over-Medicated, and The Family Stew - seen here in his blog posts. The cartoons are drawn from his personal experience of living with bipolar disorder (and other labels). [email protected]

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Stewart, C. (2012). Accomplishments for 2013 – Don’t Make Me Laugh #NHBPM. Psych Central. Retrieved on June 5, 2020, from


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