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Bartsche, Patti Martin
June 2013
Funeral Service Insider Newsletter;6/3/2013, p1
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The article offers the insights of author Jason Kotecki on practicing childhood life to prevent adultitis or stressful adulthood. Kotecki suggests that one should be a rule breaker who does not follow rules that do not exist. He notes the significance of laughing more in relieving stress, and states that a child laughs 374 times a day while an average adult laughs 15 times. He warns against multitasking for it drives a person away from accomplishing larger goals.


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