This week Joe welcomes guest host Dr. Matt Bellace, a comedian, psychologist, motivational speaker, and Joe's third cousin. Dr. Bellace speaks about self-involvement and narcissism with guidance from renowned author and psychologist Guy Winch. Together, they decode human behavior with insight and humor.
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Joe has a guest host this week since he is still suffering from Bell's Pallsy. Guest host is comedian / actor Josh Accardo close friend of Joe.
During this episode Josh will be "Fixing Josh" in a way with this weeks guest PJ Landers who is also an actor/comedian who's been featured on "House of Cards".
Josh struggles with finding meaning in his life, and he's looking to PJ for help on how to find meaning and get more out of life.
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#120 Bell's Palsy
Joe answer calls from his friends who give advice for his recent Bell's Palsy diagnosis. Callers include comedians Jake Johannsen, Mike Burton, Mike Bocchetti, Jimmy Pardo, and physical therapist Johnny Bellace. Along with his callers, Joe talks about the symptoms, managing it, the onset, and the humor of the entire situation.
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Check out Joe’s new web series on www.officialcomedy.com and see him live June 17th and June 20th at the University of New Haven.
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This episode Joe's live again and taking your calls and advice. Joe needs help with a lot of parenting issues. He, alone with both kids, had a rough time while his wife was away at her 15 year college reunion. He lost his son at the swim club who also nearly broke his collar bone at the park under Joe's supervision. Additionally, he felt extremely insecure as the only dad amongst many mothers at a PTA event.