YOU JUST HAVE TO LAUGH (YJHTL) David Naster learned and survived how to make a living as a professional comedian. Then the comedian learned how Humor and Laugher helps us to survive. For 41 years Naster has interviewed hundreds of real people that are really funny in situations that are NOT funny. The YJHTL’s podcast intentions are to entertain and inspire how humor can help you through any Tough Time you may endure. Each week we will offer real people who are really funny that have found joy and laughed through their real problems.
Jessica Clem show us how to have a joyful life even when you are going through Stage 4 Breast Cancer. What an inspiration she is to everybody who enters her fellowship. If you know anyone going through cancer, this a must episode to hear how humor and laughter are critical through the navigation of the emotions of cancer. PLEASE SHARE!!
Caregivers carry the emotional weight of who they are caring for. Nobody looks after the caregiver, so it is imperative the caregiver has the opportunity to release the stress they are carrying. These marvelous people will show how to do that with humor and laughing. We hope it helps it you are or someone you know is a caregiver.
It is with reverence and respect YJHTL offers you this episode. These wonderful people aren’t laughing because someone they loved died. They are laughing because they understand how humor helps us get through grief and onto a joyful life. They will show us how and why. And please remember, it’s okay to laugh with them.
Don Strickland is a man I met on a cruise ship. His humorous insight into how we have overprotectedchildren to the point they can’t take care of themselves when they grow up, is insightful, funny and accurate. You Just have To Laugh is continually committed to helping everyone become and stay Bully-Proof.
Robert Holmstrom was 91 years old when I interviewed him on a cruise ship two years. He is still going strong. Robert shares how humor helped him as a pilot in WW 2 as well as his love of the flag and strong family values. Rarely do we get to meet such an extraordinary man as Robert Holmstrom. What a blessing!
Yes, his real and legal name is King Cole. King approached me after a show to share how humor got him through childhood abuse, cancer and the death of his beloved wife. A truly amazing story with care, kindness and humor despite life’s toughest hardships proving once again why “You Just Have To Laugh.”
I extended an invitation to Dr. Patch Adams to be a part of “You Just Have To Laugh.” He invited me to his home and opened up about who the real PATCH ADAMS is and the wonderful work he does to serve humanity. Patch is candid, sincere and no-nonsense when it comes to living a life of meaning
Sinbad and I used to be roommates. When we were first started out being comedians we spent a lot of time laughing and hanging out. I caught him for this rare interview. He opens up about his most personal feelings of being laughed at by Hollywood and attempt at suicide. He is a funny man, a good man and a great pal.
Steve Rawlings is a world-class and award winning juggler from England. This podcast brings you in on how to become a professional juggler. Being from England, Steve offers his unique showbiz success and as well as his kind humor. When you visit his website, http://steverawlingsjuggler.com you will see why audiences adore his charm and his supreme talent.
Mark Preston is a world-class entertainer. He is an ongoing member of the legendary group The Letterman as well as performing his one-man show all over the world. Besides having an outstanding voice Mark specializes in mentoring upcoming singing artists. This podcast includes his advice and how he worked hard to achieve his success. Mark is also very, very funny. Visit markprestonsinger.com to enjoy more of Mark.
Two young adults explain the symptoms of teenage addiction. They crack open the reasons why they got hooked on drugs and alcohol and how humor and laughing got them out. This is a must watch for every parent and teenager. There is a way out of addiction if you deal with your emotions and realize the humorous part of yourself. Laughing together heals forever.
Finding the humor in any addiction is a major step in working through the reason for the addiction. These 5 funny and insightful people will share why they went to drugs and alcohol to avoid their feelings and how humor and laughter keeps them sober today.
This episode features real people who have used humor and laughter to get through their depression, even suicidal attempts. We at You Just Have To Laugh sincerely hope these fine folks who shared their humorous experiences shine a light on anyone who is going through the darkness of depression.
This is the third part of our Bully-Proof…a solution series. These familiar voices will show you that doing what you love and helping others, creates great self- esteem. Learn how pity doesn’t help and how failure does. It’s our scars that make us who we are, and what leads us to helping others.
This is second episode on how to be Bully-Proof. Standing up for your self is critical to one’s self-esteem and stopping any kind of bullying. These real people show you how and why to stand-up for yourself.
When we laugh at ourselves we heal ourselves. It teaches us to accept ourselves with appreciation and NO shame. This is a must view for EVERYONE to inspire, entertain and teach us the value of not only laughing, but to appreciate the humorous side of our glorious selves.
This first episode of the You Just have To Laugh Podcast series features Dr. Patch Adams, the real man the movies was based on. Patch along with 6 other extraordinary funny people shows us how to keep playful during life’s toughest times. And we mean the TOUGHEST!