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Laughter is Good for the Soul
Laughter is good medicine, healing to the soul. Whether it pops up suddenly from someone's slip of the tongue, or it's pursued carefully and crafted as a career and life mission. Our guests, Michael Jr. and Kristin Exton, explain how laughter is therapeutic, even on a spiritual level.
About the Guest
Comedian Michael Jr. has a strict discipline to his comedy routine. It must be clean enough that he could say it behind a pulpit, and yet it must be funny enough it could be said in a club.
Kristin ExtonKristin Exton is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) working in private practice in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Over the last twenty-six years, she has facilitated seminars, workshops, and authored a series of Girls Empowerment Seminars entitled “Teen Talk.” Kristin previously worked in a jail ministry and served as the Associate Teaching Director of Community Bible Study (CBS) in Cabot, Arkansas. She continues to be involved in this int...more
Michael Jr.It's been said that laughter is the best medicine, and in our current climate where so much is grave, serious, and our health is a top priority, it's safe to say we all deserve some comedic relief. Beloved comedian, star of "Selfie Dad," podcast host, and author Michael Jr. does just that in his debut book, FUNNY HOW LIFE WORKS. Drawing on personal stories infused with humor and wisdom, Michael Jr. walks readers through his most career-defining moments and extracts impactful life lessons, all to...more
Laughter is good medicine, healing to the soul. Whether it pops up suddenly from someone’s slip of the tongue, or it’s pursued carefully and crafted as a career and life mission. Our guests, Michael Jr. and Kristin Exton, explain how laughter is therapeutic, even on a spiritual level.