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Is Finding Your ‘Funny Bone’ A Secret To Healing?

There’s an old saying “you could die laughing,” but this week’s guest says “Not so fast! Laughing (and humor) promotes your well-being!”

Humor, laughing and well-being expert, Dr. Isaac Prilleltensky, Dean of Education and Human Development at the University of Miami and author of eight books and over 120 articles and chapters shares with us insights from his latest book, The Laughing Guide to Well-Being: Using Humor and Science to become Happier and Healthier. Dr. Prilleltensky shares:

  • The different types of humor and how you too can nurture your sense of humor regardless of your diagnosis.
  • How laughter changes your physical and mental well-being.
  • Why laughing helps you think more clearly and creatively.
  • How humor allows you to talk about painful things and deal with difficult things
  • How to experiment with being “silly” and how it affects your well-being.

And many more helpful healing insights….

Join The Autoimmune Hour’s host Sharon Sayler for this intriguing episode available now at www.understandingautoimmune.com/Laughter

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About Your Host, Sharon Sayler

Your host, Sharon Sayler is a certified executive and wellness coach, communications trainer, public speaker, best selling author, and the founder of Competitive Edge Communications who specializes in teaching professionals critical nonverbal and body language skills including how to have those critical “tough” conversations. She teaches how to up-your-impact on the stage, in the boardroom, with clients, customers, team members and even how to deal with difficult people.

Now, she's taken those skills, her passion for clear and competent communication, her own experience dealing with a rare medical condition and her frustration with the medical community in understanding what it is like to have a chronic and complicated medical condition to teach others to become courageous self-advocates so they too can turn life transitions into triumphs. One way she spreads the word is through the podcast and videocast called The Autoimmune Show: Inspiring hope and help for those with autoimmune.

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