Laughter is an amazing resource. When you laugh, the world falls away, and the joy of the moment takes over. Laughter is part play, part social connection and part meditation. Here are some of the laughter resources on the site.
This first discussion was inspired by this film. Why do people say the things they do when it comes to cancer? Join our guest Niki Barr, PhD, author of Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster of Cancer, as we look at the social uncertainties of talking about cancer.
Khevin Barnes is a Certified Laughter Yoga Teacher who was trained by Dr. Madan Kataria, founder of the laughter yoga movement.
Khevin is joined by his wife, Gaga Barnes, and Jeffrey both of whom are part of the upcoming Laughter Summit delve into the science and practicality of a laughter practice. How do you use laughter to make you feel better? Why does it work? Can a regular practice really make a difference? What do you do when you have lost the desire to laugh or just don’t think you can laugh anymore?
Steve Mazan and Dying To Do Letterman
When comic Steve Mazan found out he had “5 years to live” (which turned out not to be true!) he decided to do the impossible: perform on Letterman. This is a wonderful, inspiring talk with Steve. We talk about his award winning movie (really worth watching!), his path to Letterman, and life with/after cancer.
Cancer, Humor and Laughter
Join Khevin Barnes, musician, magician and male breast cancer survivor as he discusses his Laughter Summit and the incredible importance of laughter in healing.
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