"Alas, good-natured teasing – typical in large families – helps us to become good sports and undermines our self-centered tendencies. The jocular banter hones our verbal skills and inoculates us …More
"Alas, good-natured teasing – typical in large families – helps us to become good sports and undermines our self-centered tendencies. The jocular banter hones our verbal skills and inoculates us against narcissism. The decline in the number of large and extended families helps explain the cultural increase in thin-skinned, humorless hypersensitivity."
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The tragedy of neglecting comedy – Catholic World Report

(Image: Ben White | Unsplash.com) Many years ago, during an appearance on the Dick Cavett Show, Alfred Hitchcock said a thin line separates comedy …