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The Laughing Cure: Emotional and Physical HealingA Comedian Reveals Why Laughter Really Is the Best Medicine Hardcover – May 3, 2016
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Brian has been unaffected by stress since I met him when he was five. I think he tapped into how to manage stress and live on his own terms at an early age. Forty years later, the only difference is that he has a driver’s license and scruff. He’s one of the happiest people I know, and he’s pretty good at explaining how easy it is to be happy as well. Life is beautiful and funny; embrace it.” Jon King, author’s brother
Dr. Brian knows what makes people laugh and knows exactly why it’s good for them. He doesn’t use any of that on stage, but he knows a lot of stuff.” Phil Johnson, comedian
Funny. Smart. And extremely good looking. Well, no. But two out of three ain’t bad.” Will Durst, comedian
Finally! A professional who conveys practical truth with clarity and engaging humor. Do you want to be happy regardless of your circumstances? Get this book!” Jane Norberg, registered nurse
Dr. Brian King is the kind of friend whose presence and jubilant outlook can bring a smile, laugh, and lasting memories to anyone. What’s his secret? I’m going with his hat.” Erik Escobar, comedian
Whether performing stand-up or contributing to the planet’s knowledge of Bloody Marys, King is dedicated to making people laugh from coast to coast. Life got you down? Spend an hour with Brian King.” Scotch Wichmann, author of Two Performance Artists Kidnap Their Boss And Do Things With Him
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Reading this book is much like sitting in on one of his seminars about happiness. The tone is conversational. He breaks down the brain science in to small bites that are not overwhelming to the average Joe or Jill. He also made me laugh out loud reading the book. Not the fake lol, but an actual the person sitting next to me in the coffee shop is staring laugh out loud.
I believe being happy is a choice we get to make. I am glad to read a book that reinforces that choice and gives me a list of the benefits of making that choice. Good health and good laughs. What could be better?