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Happy Brain Club

Why We Laugh at the Most Inappropriate Times

And why sometimes we just can’t stop

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels

The Crown Court, 2014

As the trial reached a critical moment, I ducked down, giggling, behind the man in front of me. I was failing to hide my laughter from the packed court, managing to keep my head low, but not the volume. The people who sat with me were holding back giggles too, but…

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Alexander M. Combstrong

Alexander M. Combstrong

Research-backed ways to change your life for the better. Out now: The Confident Introvert’s Handbook. Actor/screenwriter. Forge, Better Humans, Mind Cafe.

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