Tag Archives: anger

John Cleese at 36: On Basil, Monty and anger management

You could say it all started with Adolf Hitler. That was who John Cleese could impersonate when he was at school. Highly wrought, apoplectic impressions of the deranged Nazi leader. It brought Cleese laughs and popularity, which all made the shy young schoolboy feel less awkward and less self-conscious about himself, and particularly his height. […]

How funny saves relationships

NEWS SOURCE : http://www.psychologytoday.com by Robert Biswas-Diener At a recent family gathering my wife wore a T-shirt that read “I moved a heavy piece of furniture, ask me how!” And when my large brother-in-law asked her “how” she recruited him to move the furniture! My wife is, as you might have guessed, funny. It turns […]