Humor, comedy– whatever you call it– people who write or say funny things on a daily basis do it to help themselves and those around them process those millions of microscopic bits of life that compound to make huge bits of life. Humor tries to make sense of all of the anger, fear, stress and uncertainty. There are all of these complex, giant issues in this world and in our own personal lives that are wrapped up in other complex issues… Somehow if we can tidy up something so massive into one comedic movie or even one joke, the issue, whether it be infertility or global warming, for at least that moment, shrinks down into one tidy, manageable, byte-size package that doesn’t overwhelm us. In the January/February 2018 edition of Carolina Woman, I have an article entitled: “The Healing Power of Laughter”. There’s stuff about me being “stalked” on the NYC subway, and a funny dentist. It’s what we all deep-down want in life, isn’t it? A funny dentist?
And if you’d like to start 2018 with some infertility-related laughs, please check out my book. It’s recommended by renown infertility professionals around the U.S. & is available on Amazon, Nook, & Kobo. https://www.amazon.com//dp/B007G9X19A/
To read my article in the winter edition of Carolina Woman, come on over: http://carolinawoman.com/body_2018_01.php