Sometimes the beginning of the year is a sad time when we think about those who are no longer with us. Beginning Wednesday, January 18th, a dozen speakers will be part of a FREE summit to help you ease your loss.
The Mid-Month Mirth Memo is a short amusing tidbit to brighten middle of the month monotony. It is brought to you by best-selling author, award-winning speaker,
"Jollytologist" ® Allen Klein
Food Suggestion of the Month:
Predicament of the Month: I can't pickup my dog's prescription because I don't know her date of birth. The pharmacist won't tell me because of patient privacy. And she won't tell me because she is a dog.
Funny Face of the Month:
Questions of the Month: -Why do people point to their wrist when they want to know what time it is, but don't point to their behinds when they want to know where the bathroom is?
-Why do people say they "slept like a baby" when babies wake up every couple of hours?
-Why do banks charge a fee on "insufficient funds" when they know there is not enough?
Advice of the Month:
Groaner for the Month:
Amal and Juan are identical twins. Their mom only carries one photo, because when you've seen Juan you've seen Amal.
Misspelled Sign of the Month:
Lesson of the Month:
Barbie didn't give me a poor body image. Barbie taught me that you can't reattach a head once it's removed from a body. _______________________________
In honor of November's National Hospice and Palliative Care Month
Book of the Month
EMBRACING LIFE AFTER LOSS:
A Gentle Guide for Growing Through Grief
When my wife died at the age of 34, I was devastated. I sought a therapist who told me that life was tough. I already knew that; I fired him. I read grief books to ease my loss. The authors told me about all the bad things I might experience—lack of appetite, loss of sleep, feeling depressed. I stopped reading.
What I needed was a book that inspired me, that lifted me up, that comforted me and was easy to read. Not finding that, I wrote my own. That book, Learning to Laugh When You Feel Like Crying, is now available here:
"Allen's book resonated deeply in me. Not only did it help on an emotional level, but there were many practical, real life, suggestions. It's the kind of book that you can pick up and read one page, or many, and find healing benefits. A good book to keep on a coffee table or nightstand for many years after the grief journey begins…. Thanks Allen for contributing to the healing of many."