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Hosted by funny moms Margaret Ables and Amy Wilson, “What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood” is a comedy podcast about the never-ending "fresh hells" of parenting.We’re both moms of three, dealing with the same hassles as any parent, but with slightly differing styles. Margaret is laid-back to the max; Amy never met an expert or a list she didn't like.In each episode, we discuss a parenting issue from multiple perspectives and the accompanying expert advice that may or may not b ...
 
Life is complicated. It is afflicted with more big questions than big answers. As one is tested by the suffering and irrationality of life, the questions become more compelling and imperative, and the answers become more urgent and necessary in order to be a good person and to live a happy life. What does it mean to be a good person? What is a happy life? What is love? Who am I before I was told who I am? Why haven’t I found myself yet? Why do I have regrets? Is the world just? Everything se ...
 
Comedian / magician / host / actor JUSTIN RIVERA from NBC's AMERICA'S GOT TALENT, COMEDY CENTRAL, and the MAGIC CASTLE in Hollywood, CA hangs out with comedians, actors, magicians, entertainers, and showbiz industry for some good laughs and a good time. More info on JustinRivera.com Follow on INSTAGRAM.com/TheJustinRivera Follow on TIKTOK.com/@MrJustinRivera Subscribe to YOUTUBE.com/JustinRiveraShow​ Follow & like on FACEBOOK.com/MrJustinRivera Follow on TWITTER.com/JustinRivera Hear/watch m ...
 
Join brothers Brandon and Nevin Werner on their crazy trip through time as they dive into some of the weirdest, funniest, and most unbelievable stories in history. Human history has too many stories to fit into just the Laughing Historically video show. Each podcast episode, Brandon and Nevin bring you two topics that they think need to be discussed right way. Looking for our video show? Check out new episodes at: youtube.com/laughinghistorically.
 
In comedy, there are at least a thousand ways to die on stage. Laughing Dead is a podcast where comedians talk candidly about their worst ever gigs. Hosted by comedian Sami Shah, who has survived his share of cranky hecklers and depressing corporate shows, the show celebrates all the things that make comics weep. Sami’s guests include some of Australia’s best working comedians and internationally-renowned acts, reliving the shows that made them question their life choices. It’s a podcast for ...
 
What's funny? Why is it funny? Ben and RJ are your in-house comedy gurus who talk about all things comedy, laughter, and side-splitting goodness. Tune in every Wednesday as we discuss comedians, tv shows, and the movies that make us laugh the most.You can also play the podcast on the iTunes Podcast app, Google Play, and Stitcher!
 
FNP Media is a content company and production house that works to produce quality content for digital platforms. Given the fact that FNP has been a part of peoples’ lives from birth to marriage and even death, the journey of human emotion has been experienced from very close quarters, and it was but natural to translate that understanding on screen.FNP Media has two verticals, Live By FNP Media and Films By FNP Media The content in the form of short films, web series, storytelling etc. is ho ...
 
The Laughing Princess is a collection of 12 interrelated stories told to a brother and sister of that special age at which they had recently discovered that their parents did not always understand them. Petra and Daniel are bored by the quaint fishing Village where their parents have chosen to holiday, until they picnic alone on a beach below a ruined castle. There, they encounter a small but powerful Dragon who tells them stories in which they meet a princess, a wizard, a blind man in love, ...
 
Karen and Philippa are two forty-somethings who, after 20 years of friendship, still aren't sick of talking to each other. Our years of life experience may not have made us experts at anything, but they've given us plenty of material, especially when it comes to relationships—the most important things we humans can have. (Wine is a close second.) So listen in as we talk about friendship, dating, marriage, divorce, and all sorts of other relationship stuff that’s universal, yet darned near im ...
 
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Leaving our kids in the care of others is stressful and tends to bring out a strong need for control. But when it comes to working with a nanny or a day care provider, this may not be the best approach. Rather than trying to control everything your nanny or caregiver does, try to be clear from the very beginning about your expectations about discip…
 
We have a surprise guest — Jennifer Springman! Jennifer is Kristina's childhood friend (and roomie!) who knows all the secrets and what it's like to live with such a loud person. The ladies play a game called, “Was it Jennifer or Kristina?” and Sara drops some knowledge on us about cohabitating and coliving. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and rev…
 
In which we consider the absence of Carl Collins. Special guest: Dr. Carlie Tartakov Anti-racism deed of the week: Support ScholarCHIPS ScholarCHIPS provides college scholarships, mentoring and a peer support network to children of incarcerated parents, inspiring them to complete their college education. Want an email reminder for new episodes of t…
 
“We have a profound desire to believe because we fear the uncertainty of not-knowing, and the not-knowing makes any belief, no matter how absurd, feel more likely to be true. The idea of God is a logically incoherent mess, but it is preferable to the doubt and the uncertainty of not-knowing.”על ידי thelaughingphilosopher
 
What are some small traditions we can lean on right now to create more joy and meaning for our families? We’re talking LITTLE. Preferably free. Not exhausting. Super fun. Lifetime of memories created. Our listener Lee inspired this topic in our Facebook group: What about an episode about fun or special traditions for the rest of the year? When I wa…
 
When is a teen happily isolated– or at least content– and when is it something a parent should be concerned about, particularly during the pandemic? This week's question comes from Kate in our Facebook group: When should one worry about a teenager's lack of desire to be with friends? For my 15-year-old it’s always been an issue, but since we moved …
 
Victoria Vanstone is a British-born mother of three who lives on the Sunshine Coast of Australia. For the last three years, she’s been writing about her journey to sobriety in motherhood on drunkmummysobermummy.com. In this episode, Victoria explains the many rewards she’s found by leaving her party-girl life behind and becoming a “fizzy water warr…
 
This week on Laughing with Gingers, Sara & Kristina laugh about feuds! Sara brings us a TikTok funny man, @lubalin — ya gotta check him out. Kristina reads weird famous family feuds in history. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Laughing with Gingers on your preferred podcast platform and follow us on Instagram @laughingwithgingers Sponsor…
 
How we doing, moms? If you're anything like us, your domestic situation has blown past “getting old” to “seriously guys, we cannot do this anymore” to fetal-position numbness and beyond. And there’s nothing for dinner, and the 5th grader is failing math, and our boss just asked if that wasn’t “someone’s kid” he just heard on the background of our w…
 
This week's listener question comes from Kristen in our Facebook group: How much input should I have on my kids' choice of friends? This is a hard one. Ceding control over our kids' lives is anxiety-producing, and one of the first ways we need to practice letting go is when our kids choose friends that - let's say - wouldn't have been our first cho…
 
This week we're introducing a "From The Vault" series, reconsidering some of our favorite episodes of the past four years. Our kids still get angry (imagine that) so time to revisit this one. The best way to handle our children’s anger is to equip them with the tools to handle it themselves. You don’t have to smother children's emotions in order to…
 
Love is in the air this week as we talk about the history of Romance! Kristina almost gets a perfect score on Sara’s game…Horror Movie or Romance Movie? Find out which one’s she missed. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Laughing with Gingers on your preferred podcast platform and follow us on Instagram @laughingwithgingers Check out our S…
 
It often becomes clear to us where our boundaries should have been set only after those lines have been crossed and left far behind. But whether it's with overbearing extended family members or partners who leave socks on the floor, how do we create effective boundaries? Especially after it's been established that we're not very good at it, and esp…
 
This week's listener question comes from Rosie in our Facebook group: My little guy is in the “only want mommy” slash “must be touching mommy” phase. Any advice on how to not go insane and to still get things done with a 26-pound, 17-month old attached to my hip? Disclaimer: of course i give him all the snuggles, and I know it’s just a phase. But I…
 
Hey! Mondays suck but here's a bonus episode! We had so much to say we made a Part 2. Sara had the weirdest game for Kristina...Is it a Redhead or a Platypus. Luckily being a redhead gave her an advantage. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Laughing with Gingers on your preferred podcast platform and follow us on Instagram @laughingwithgin…
 
This week we're talking to Dr. Harold Koplewicz, one of the nation's leading child and adolescent psychiatrists and the founding president of the Child Mind Institute, a national nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children struggling with mental health and learning disorders. Dr. Koplewicz is also the author of the new book THE SCAFFO…
 
This week on Laughing with Gingers, Kristina shares interesting tidbits about redheads, while Sara challenges Kristina to a Weird Sh*t People Say to Redheads game. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Laughing with Gingers on your preferred podcast platform and follow us on Instagram @laughingwithgingers http://bit.ly/chillpaws — CLOU15 for …
 
This last (almost) year has been full of challenges. On the other hand, so many things that we thought had to be a certain way– weekends packed with travel sports, weddings with hundreds of guests, the wearing of Spanx– have been proven surprisingly optional. In this episode, we discuss the things that we and our listeners are hereby declaring we’l…
 
Today's question comes from our Facebook group: "My son is 5 years old and in pre-K. One of the kiddos in his class lost his dad when he was very young. Since learning this, my son has started asking us about death, and has started worrying that something is going to happen to me or my husband. I'm not sure how to talk to him about it. I want him t…
 
In which Laura becomes a Fearless Girl, we learn a lot about the importance of good glue, and Nadine drops by again. Anti-racism deed of the week: Learn about Mutual Aid Fearless Girls Map of Fearless Girls 2020 sightings Capitol Hill Corner "Guerilla Protest Sculpture" December 7, 2020 Popvillle "DC Protest Art Capitol Hill Signed Fearless Girls" …
 
“Is God someone like you, just bigger? What is God made up of? Does God exist like you and I exist? Is the Bible a book of instructions? Why do we dress God in clothes that we want to wear? When a god became a man, did Man become God?"על ידי thelaughingphilosopher
 
Dr. Christine Koh, in her own words, is a "music and brain scientist turned multimedia creative." Christine creates content to help people live better, happier, and with elevated purpose and intention, including the Edit Your Life podcast. She's also someone who grew up with adverse childhood experiences, and has experience in building a family whe…
 
Having the same fight doesn’t mean your relationship is broken. But it is totally annoying. In this episode we discuss the modes of negativity at play when we repeat the same conflicts- and what we can do to break the cycle, whether it’s our partners or kids. Conflict may be unavoidable- but it can be at least a little more productive. Here are lin…
 
This week's parenting question comes from a listener in our Facebook group: I have a clingy 9-year-old. I love her more than life itself, but I am having a hard time with feeling totally smothered. I go for a walk every morning for about 30 minutes (for sanity) and every morning she asks, "How long will you be gone? 30 minutes? Can I come? Pleeease…
 
This week we're delighted to be talking to Dr. Edward M. Hallowell– one of the world's leading experts on ADHD. Dr. Hallowell's new book, co-authored with Dr. John J. Ratey, is ADHD 2.0: New Science and Essential Strategies for Thriving with Distraction--From Childhood Through Adulthood. Dr. Hallowell gives us concrete strategies– and tons of optim…
 
“Found yourself yet? Self-discovery is not the big, cosmic meaning of life. You are looking for something that isn’t there. Life’s meaning is right in front of your eyes, hidden by familiarity. You possess the secret of living a rich, full life and just don’t realize it.”על ידי thelaughingphilosopher
 
“Are you being true to yourself? Your life doesn’t have to be just a performance of the roles you’ve been made to play in the world. You are more than what is expected of you. You are more than what you play at being. You are an individual.”על ידי thelaughingphilosopher
 
This podcast is always here to support moms in their righteous anger at all the completely infuriating and totally trivial things that people all over the world are constantly doing to annoy us. Usually someone related to us. But this week, we're looking inward– because sometimes we totally annoy ourselves also. In this episode we come clean about …
 
In which Laura and Mark choose to stay in Capitol Hill for the inauguration, Laura searches for the Fearless Girls, and finds them. Anti-racism deed of the week: Protect the Fence at BLM Plaza Want an email reminder for new episodes of this podcast? Click here. Go to Apple Podcasts to review this podcast series. Contact Laura at: Laura@LMWriter.com…
 
Justin was on the road in the Pacific northwest closing out the show in 2016. He wasn't even talking to this old man in the back of the room. He was talking to the young lady in the front row. Then early in his set the old man just randomly yells something out loud and crazy. Guess he doesn't like magic tricks. Haha. It made the show awkward, so Ju…
 
Today's question comes from Crystal in our Facebook group (facebook.com/groups/whatfreshhellcast): My six-year-old son is very difficult at the end of screen time. He gets one hour in the afternoon, but always fusses, grunts angrily, or melts down when time is up. I feel like in a normal world, I'd just take screen time away when he gives me attitu…
 
Mirna Valerio is a runner, adventurer, speaker, and anti-racism educator. In this Fresh Take interview, Mirna tells us how she fell off the fitness wagon after becoming a mom, how that first mile went once she made herself lace up her running shoes again, and her path to becoming an endurance athlete since then. Even if we’re not all cut out to run…
 
This week on Laughing with Gingers, Kristina and Sara laugh about Bad Pick-up Lines. Kristina reads some specially curated pick-up-puns for Sara and we learn how people in the Victorian Era flirted. It sounds oddly romantic and also a bit creepy. Sara tries her bad pick-up lines on Kristina. Do you think she'll be intrigued? *wink wink nudge nudge*…
 
We asked our listeners to tell us how life with Covid has affected their own parenting. Some of us have gotten more socially anxious; others, like the moms of kids with severe allergies, have found the isolation reassuring. Some of us have treasured the extra time with our children; others are nearing their breaking point. Some of us are stressing …
 
In which Mark and Laura venture to the Capitol on the morning of and the day after the failed coup. To contact Laura: Laura@LMWriter.com Want an email reminder for new episodes of this podcast? Click here. Go to Apple Podcasts to review this podcast series. Contact Laura at: Laura@LMWriter.com Linktr.ee at: https://linktr.ee/auldton Audiobook narra…
 
This week’s question comes from Jaclyn in our Facebook group (facebook.com/whatfreshhellcast): "Would love some advice for the "monsters under the bed" phase. My three-year-old is worse than he was as a newborn, waking me up 30 times at night! If I ignore him, he will scream and cry, then come into our room. I could let him sleep with us, but he do…
 
“Do you have regrets? Regrets are about losing what never belonged to you in the first place. Be gentle with yourself and accept that your life is unfolding just as it should. So stop looking backward or you will always be bumping into things.”על ידי Robert M. Khoury, Ph.D.
 
This week we’re talking to Ned Johnson, co-author (with William Stixrud) of THE SELF-DRIVEN CHILD: THE SCIENCE AND SENSE OF GIVING YOUR KIDS MORE CONTROL OVER THEIR LIVES, which explores how fostering children’s autonomy can help solve two challenges seemingly endemic to kids today: handling anxiety and developing intrinsic motivation. Ned's resear…
 
This week on Laughing with Gingers, Kristina and Sara crack up about Dad Jokes! It's basically the essence of Sara wrapped up in little corny quips. The ladies play a game and Kristina tells everyone where the term 'Dad Jokes' originated. What are the most common Dad Jokes? Listen and find out! Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Laughing w…
 
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