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When my husband died in November 2019 from a respiratory disease, I felt extreme anxiety, fear, loneliness, depression, and isolation. To cope, I immediately turned to dark comedy. It was what my husband and I had used throughout most of his illness to make the tough times bearable. Now, I want to share this coping skill with you on my podcast, Death Is Hilarious. Join me, Tawny Platis, my co-host Sam Peterson, and our guests as we talk about using stories, friendship, and lots of really dar ...
 
A show about clinical depression...with laughs? Well, yeah. Depression is an incredibly common and isolating disease experienced by millions, yet often stigmatized by society. The Hilarious World of Depression is a series of frank, moving, and, yes, funny conversations with top comedians who have dealt with this disease, hosted by veteran humorist and public radio host John Moe. Join guests such as Maria Bamford, Paul F. Tompkins, Andy Richter, and Jen Kirkman to learn how they’ve dealt with ...
 
This podcast will put a smile on your face, and a pep in your step. I'm sure you can remember a time when you've laughed so hard that you just have a permanent smile on your face. That gives you the feeling that nothing can rain on your parade. That's the feeling we're striving to create in you with this improv podcast.Listen to an episode or two, and experience the power of laughter.Subscribe to Hilarious Halifax so you can laugh along with us in the next episode.
 
Hilarious Omar presents “It’s Time to Cook Somethin”, a new radio and podcast show for the culture. The show touches on a range of social issues as well as some celebrity topics all the while being educational and humorous at times with great interaction between the guest panel. The show airs live on BeExposedRadio.com as well as their Facebook and Youtube pages every Tuesday at 5pm EST. Listeners have the option of calling into the show and speaking with the panel directly. The show will al ...
 
The Struggle Bus is an advice show about mental health, self-care, and just getting through the damn day. Co-hosts Katharine Heller (@spkheller) and Sally Tamarkin (@sallyt) answer listener questions about family, friends, work, mental health, love, and literally everything else — no topic is off-limits and no problem is too big, too small, or too weird. Climb aboard and get advice from two friends who have lots of feelings and lots of opinions.
 
From HBO Comedy Minutes, it's comedian Stephanie Blum and her comedy-writer husband Greg hosting this down and dirty interview show with funny moms and even some spinsters who can't find a man. If you like Kathy Griffin, Lisa Lampanelli or Margaret Cho, you'll love hearing these less well known but brilliant women of comedy. Funniest females who perform nightly with women and men comedians like CHELSEA HANDLER, PAUL REISER, RITA RUDNER, LISA LAMPANELLI, KATHY GRIFFIN, AMY SCHUMER, WHITNEY CU ...
 
Welcome Friends! We are Deanna Silverman, LCSW and Erin Prewitt, Intuitive Life Coach and together we make up the Hilarious Humanitarians podcast. Working as a life coach & Clinical Social Worker in various settings, from the emergency department, and foster care system to marriage and family counseling and inpatient psych facilities, we aim to bring you two unique perspectives on everything from relationships, body image, parenting, to self-care and, mental health. You will hear everything ...
 
If you're looking for a Mighty Mouth, look no further. In an effort to recover from two decades in Hunter Thompson's "cheap plastic hallway" - network TV news, specifically - I hung out my shingle as a storyteller. No, you won't see me at the local children's library. I throw too many f-bombs to be invited there. I use my skill as a speaker, writer, producer and erstwhile standup comic to drive change in healthcare and healthcare tech. How good am I at talking? I talked my way out of police ...
 
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Sam had a first date on Valentine’s Day, Tawny moved out of East County, we read our first listener letter (congrats Rachel!), and share our emoji sex ed guide. Tawny moved out of East County San Diego and talks about her experience being catfished on a dating app and Sam shares about her current love of astrology with the help of the incomparable …
 
We explore the life and times of the hilariously named Fanny Cocks, South Australia's first female police officer in this "Half Baked History". Unsurprisingly, a lot of this episode is just us making fun of her name. This episode is brought to you by Balfours and a video of the recording can be viewed on our Facebook page.…
 
I (Tawny) recently sat down to talk with Lisa & Lori, the creators of the Death Deck- which is a “lively” party game that lets you explore a topic we’re all obsessed with but often afraid to discuss. In this lighter episode, we talk about how humor can help us deal with tough topics, Lori talks about how she found her sense of humor again after los…
 
Note: We’re in-between recording spaces right now so this isn’t quite our usual top-quality sound- but it will be back soon! Thanks for your patience as we make improvements. In the first episode of 2021, Tawny and Sam address the messages they received about people from the midwest interrogating people in conversation, and make jokes about how tex…
 
It’s the return of Sam! Sam is back and fills us in on what they’ve been up to. We start the show off by talking about how all of the bad things about 2020 won’t simply go away at midnight on December 31st, how people from the midwest like to interrogate people, toxic positivity, and Tawny turned 30 (or 40 or 45) last week. Tawny starts off the sho…
 
In this episode, Tawny chatted with Marla Polk, author of Grief Survivor: A Love Story. Marla talks about how her dry humor helped her cope, how she preserves her energy during grief, and how she "adopted" a cat with striking similarities to her late husband. Marla is a communications coach specializing in helping those in broken relationships heal…
 
Hilarious Omar presents “It’s Time to Cook Somethin”, a new radio and podcast show for the culture. The show touches on a range of social issues as well as some celebrity topics all the while being educational and humorous at times with great interaction between the guest panel. The show airs live on BeExposedRadio.com as well as their Facebook and…
 
Hilarious Omar presents “It’s Time to Cook Somethin”, a new radio and podcast show for the culture. The show touches on a range of social issues as well as some celebrity topics all the while being educational and humorous at times with great interaction between the guest panel. The show airs live on BeExposedRadio.com as well as their Facebook and…
 
In this episode, I sat down to talk with fellow San Diegan and kindred spirit Michelle Miller, author of “Boys, Booze, and Bathroom Floors: Forty-Six Tales about the Collision of Suicide Grief and Dating,” a memoir that shares how she used dating to cope with her 29-year-old husband’s infidelity and suicide, as well as the sequel, “Vodka Soup For T…
 
In this episode, Tawny sits down with Katie “The Foul Mouthed Widow” Pettigrew to chat about old acquaintances milking your spouse's death, connecting with other people who understand your specific grief, the un-fluffy side of widowhood, the difference between dark humor and DARK humor, wearing your wedding dress to your husband’s funeral, being gu…
 
On this, the last episode of The Struggle Bus, Kate and Sally kick things off with jibber jabber about the election. Then they talk about going back to therapy and not looking at election returns as self-care. Finally, they answer listener questions about the Struggle Bus, their careers and projects, and more. They also talk about how much they lov…
 
In this episode, Tawny sat down to chat with comedian Roscoe Burnems about his groundbreaking special "Traumedy," how he started using comedy to cope with trauma, his clingy two-year-old, mourning Chadwick Boseman, moving past unhealthy coping mechanisms, grieving as a guy, and much more. Learn more about Roscoe at roscoeb.webs.com. Learn more abou…
 
On this episode Kate and Sally have an announcement about the future of the Struggle Bus. They also talk about the election, volunteering to get out and defend the vote, new computers, and getting into fights on Facebook. Finally, they answer listener questions about dealing with the impending pandemic winter, staying organized during online classe…
 
In this episode, Tawny sat down to chat with Mimi Hayes. Mimi Hayes is the author of "I'll Be OK, It's Just a Hole in My Head (A Memoir On Heartbreak and Head Trauma)." She’s also a comedian, podcaster, and brain hemorrhage survivor. Mimi talks about dumping her trauma on other humans during stand-up, a nurse with the most abrupt bedside manner in …
 
On this episode Sally is joined by guest co-host Eric Silver (@el_silvero), co-host and dungeon master of the actual play podcast Join the Party, to answer any and all questions about roleplaying games, from dealing with awkwardness at the table to RPGs that aren’t D&D, to playing games online during the pandemic, and much more. They also talk abou…
 
On this episode Kate and Sally answer questions about supporting a partner who has cut off their conservative family members, how to deal with fear of the outside world during the pandemic, and a few important questions about seasonal Peeps, pizza toppings, and Glo Worms. 00:00 Welcome to The Struggle Bus 2:36 Opening Jibber Jabber 14:35 A Thing We…
 
We're back, with huge thanks to Balfours. Here's a live show we recorded as part of the 2020 Adelaide Fringe, just before COVID-19 really hit. This hilarious local tale that has escaped the internet, until now. Dan had to go to the State Library and learn how to use microfilms to find the information on this one. It was 1999, and a simple mix-up at…
 
In this episode created just before our RBG movie night, Tawny revisits The Dirty Bits and talks about the woman who inspired Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s quote, “I ask no favor for my sex; all I ask of our brethren is that they take their feet off our necks” while Sami talks about the goo that goes on and comes out of your body. Get the rest of the show …
 
On this episode Kate and Sally talk about Cobra Kai and The OA and the live (Zoom) performances they’ve each attended during the pandemic. Then they answer listener emails about starting new relationships after codependency and dealing with a partner’s substance dependency. 00:00 Welcome to The Struggle Bus 4:22 Update and expansion on the previous…
 
Episode 11: "So you know the Gay Agenda? Well, now get ready for the Bitenerary." - Sam -Tawny talks about widow humor, making things awkward, her emotional service dog going on strike, and canceling her dead husband's phone line. Sam presents a series of bi observations, including danger noodles and polyamory. Get the rest of the show notes and le…
 
On this episode Kate and Sally talk about the misery of hacked email accounts, the ecstasy of new fridges, and Scientology. Then also discuss insomnia and starting your day with a few minutes of meditation or exercise. Finally they answer an email from a listener who’s feeling frustrated and hurt by a friend’s judgement about their activism. 00:00 …
 
In this episode, Sam talks about their experience with a love triangle in the evangelical church, scheduling panic attacks, and emotional discipline. Tawny shares about a recent hospital stay with "Dr. Dude." Learn more and get in touch at DeathIsHilarious.com - DeathIsHilarious@gmail.comPar Tawny Platis and Sam Peterson
 
On this episode Kate and Sally talk about new refrigerators and hightops, as well as Scientology and organizing your office. Then they answer a question from a listener in a quarter life crisis. 00:00 Welcome to The Struggle Bus 2:20 Opening Jibber Jabber 14:14 A Thing We Did For Self Care 16:55 Email: What to do when you're in a quarter life crisi…
 
In this episode, I (Tawny) chatted with Anita and Mel from the podcast Widow We Do Now?, the show that addresses topics related to grief, death, bereavement, and moving forward through the inescapable pitfalls of young widowhood. And it’s funny too! We talked about podcasting being a great platform for teaching and healing, learning from other peop…
 
On this episode Kate and Sally are reunited to catch up and jibber jabber to their hearts’ content. They talk about what it’s like to get pap smears and COVID-19 tests, how more people should wear masks, participate in mutual aid, and protest the state; taking a trip safely during the pandemic, Leah Remini, dogs, Sally’s cat, and much, much more. 0…
 
Note: This was recorded a few days before Tawny was admitted to the hospital with what she thought was a kidney issue. She's home now, doing well, and will give a happy update on next week's episode! Thank you so much for your kind understanding - Get the show notes at DeathIsHilarious.com - Get in touch by emailing DeathIsHilarious@gmail.com - Ins…
 
On this episode, Katharine has the week off and Sally is joined by friend of the show Rachel Wilkerson-Miller (twitter.com/the_rewm). Sally and Rachel talk about the joys and horrors of reality TV as well as summer peaches and going to the doctor. Then they answer questions listeners sent in about when healthy helping becomes co-dependence and how …
 
On this episode Kate and Sally talk about the pandemic, Kate’s possible future as an exterminator, organizing your fellow tenants, and taking time off from things to get your life together. They also answer an email from a listener who wants advice about making queer friends and finding genderqueer stories as they explore and understand their own g…
 
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