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Cheering Children in Boston

Discussion in 'Hospital Clowning' started by tim, Mar 21, 2016.

  1. tim

    tim Have red nose, will travel

    "We don't go into a room to make people laugh," Dr. Mal Adjusted says. "We go in to connect with them. And if laughter comes out that's great but sometimes it's just a conversation."

    "Sometimes we just hug the mom and not even talk," Dr. Dazzle adds.

    "There's a bit of Brahmin in these likable buffoons. They know how to woo, as well as wow."

    "Kids are the strongest people I know," says Dr. Mal Adjusted. "They're kids and they're supposed to be playing and laughing. It's playing and joy and laughter that bring us back to the people we really are."


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