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Laugh Your Cry Out is a weekly audio/video podcast hosted by Joey Dumont, a lifelong storyteller and recent author of the memoir, Joey Somebody: The Life and Times of a Recovering Douchebag. On the show, Joey chats with subject matter experts in the world of media, business, politics, and academia to discuss the complex topics of our partisan culture. After watching, you'll be reminded that a proper debate is not about Victory, but that of inquiry, education, and viewpoint diversity.
 
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This week's episode is with Tom Morris, my friend and favorite philosopher. During our chat, we explored the origin of ideologies, their importance, their dangers, and how we as a culture need to better understand what they are doing to us. We talked about Gilgamesh, Tolstoy, Aristotle, and Kung Fu on a New York City subway. Oh, and we came up with…
 
When a Liberal and a Leftist Walk Into a Bar...What happens when two well informed people pull up the proverbial barstool and start a friendly debate over our world’s current issues? One hell of a conversation, that’s what. Join me this week with guest Zachary Kihm as we have a lively discussion about critical race theory, the patriarchy, and equal…
 
In my attempt to figure out the “Defund The Police” movement, I sat down with my buddy John Snetsinger, a recently retired Lieutenant of the Santa Rosa Police Department. We talked a bit about his personal story, his time as a detective, and the many ideas and proposals he has to help the lives of both police officers and the cities they serve. In …
 
In an attempt to understand the complexity and controversy of something called Critical Race Theory (CRT), I sat down with my buddy Dax-Devlon Ross to hear what he had to say. We talked a bit about his personal story as a black man, his time in law school, the reasons he wrote his remarkable book (Letters To My White Male Friends), and why he chose…
 
Brad Berens and Joey sit down and continue the controversial topic of Safe Spaces on college campuses as Part 2 of the series, Are Safe Spaces Safe? The titled book The Coddling of the American Mind, How Good Intentions And Bad Ideas Are Setting Up A Generation for Failure, by Greg Lukianoff & Jonathan Haidt continues as the topic of debate between…
 
Professor John Durham and Joey sit down and chat about the controversial topic of Safe Spaces on college campuses. This issue was explored at length in the book, The Coddling of the American Mind, How Good Intentions And Bad Ideas Are Setting Up A Generation for Failure, by Greg Lukianoff & Jonathan Haidt. The banter and debate that follows is wort…
 
Dr Adam Dorsay and Joey disassemble the traditional idea of what it means to be masculine in this world and how crucial it is to, even now, recognize individuality and embrace the paradigm of living in your emotions today. In This Episode: Men and emotions Beginning a new relationship with emotions Masculine archetypes in history Evolution of mascu…
 
Daniel Gutierrez enlightens Joey Dumont about what it took to walk away from a life built on societal success and leadership, travel to a monastery in Nepal and ultimately move to Peru to open a retreat and redefine what it means to be fulfilled. In This Episode: Societal constructs around success Being a political advisor Walking away from it all …
 
Aja Raden takes a deep dive with Joey Dumont to unravel how the mind processes information and how easily it can be manipulated into thinking what we want it to think. They go on to talk about some of the longest (and most famous) cons you’d be surprised today to know still exist! In This Episode: Lies that we believe Art of neurons and how our min…
 
Hannah shares an open conversation with Joey about the value of sharing personal experiences with others to support a deeper discussion about the anxiety and emotions we all face. She also talks about being intentional and not being afraid to ask questions. Plus, they bond over a mutual love for Ironman. In This Episode: Difference between mental h…
 
Mark Henick dives in with Joey Dumont sharing his personal journey seeking mental health treatment as a young boy and overcoming the breakdowns in a still-broken healthcare system for youth in Canada. He discusses the shift we actively take in our lives that change our course as shared in his personal memoir, So Called Normal. In This Episode: Shif…
 
Even though this episode covers the heavy topic of depression, you’ll smile, feel less alone, be entertained, learn about yourself and enjoy the entire time. Lucas Wolfe, the author of My Perfect Life, has an open conversation with Joey Dumont about having depression despite his "perfect life." Other topics: How he’d rather be punched in the face t…
 
Ryan Casey Waller, author of Depression, Anxiety, and Other Things We Don't Want to Talk About, sits down to talk with Joey Dumont about the many tough conversations he had to have with others and himself, and how he's come out on the other side as a stronger and more fulfilled person. Also In This Episode: Finding Comradery in Anxiety Taking Unhea…
 
Bryan Behar has a candid conversation about his father's suicide, dealing with extreme anxiety, and more, all while not making the conversation too heavy. He and Joey Dumont find ways to laugh their cries out. In This Episode: Being a showrunner for the 1st time (Fuller House) Being a hero at anticipatory anxiety Starting life after his father’s su…
 
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