You may think you’re laid back and easy going especially after you laugh off an innocent April Fools’ Day prank at the office but are you really light and breezy?

On second thought, don’t answer that.

The purpose of this piece is to see how we can change our point of view at the office.

According to a post on Psychology Today, Nando Pelusi, Ph.D. writes:

“Cultivating a humorous mindset helps you see yourself and any situation with a more supple mind so that you are not locked into a negative view. Depression is both caused by and causes the inability to see options and choices we otherwise would.” Read more