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Most of us love our parents to pieces, but sometimes, don’t you just hate being told how much you act like them? “The Real” ladies share how they are becoming more and more like their mom and dad, in this clip. Plus, Mama Mai reveals whether she wants grandchildren.
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Sometimes if we bring our own point of view into someone else's act, it's not funny. It's funny through their vantage point.
Although Jeannie Gaffigan can channel her husband Jim Gaffigan in writing content for his standup act, she sometimes disagrees with his point of view — even though she knows it's funny.
Similarly to their differing styles of comedy — Jeannie is more of an essayist, Jim is more of an observational comedian — they also have differing parenting strategies. Whereas Jeannie believes more in a reward-punishment situation, Jim believes get rid of all the iPads. They have different points of views of what will motivate their children, but they compromise.
It was only by chance that Jeannie Gaffigan found out she had a pear-sized tumor on her brain stem. During a visit to her kid's pediatrician, the doctor noticed something off about Jeannie Gaffigan's hearing, which led to the diagnosis.
She needed to have immediate brain surgery. Gaffigan describes this highly stressful and uncertain time in her as traumatic—and deeply hilarious, says Gaffigan. Comedy, she says, can be used to process your traumas.
A comedy writer by trade, she obsessively documented the experience and asked people who visited her in hospital to make notes and lists, which she later turned into her memoir When Life Gives You Pears.
Jeannie Gaffigan is a director, producer and comedy writer. She co-wrote seven comedy specials with her husband Jim Gaffigan, the last four of which received Grammy nominations. Jeannie was the head writer and executive producer of the critically acclaimed The Jim Gaffigan Show, which was loosely based on her and Jim's life. She collaborated with Jim on two New York Times bestsellers, Dad Is Fat and Food: A Love Story. Jeannie, with the help of her two eldest children and some other crazy moms, created The Imagine Society, Inc., a not-for-profit organization that connects youth-led service groups. Most impressively, she grew a tumor on her brain stem roughly the size of a pear.
Jeannie presently lives in New York City with her five children, two dogs, and one “superdad” husband, Jim Gaffigan.
TRANSCRIPT: Co-parenting as comedians is just completely unique to our own situation because we are, Jim and I are actually really different comedians. I know that sounds really weird because we write together and a lot of times especially with all the standup, that’s all his point of view. So I can really write in Jim’s point of view. If I bring my point of view into Jim’s comedy it’s not funny. I’m funny as Jim but in Jim’s point of view. In Jim’s show I can make observations within his point of view like here is something that you would say in this situation that would be really funny but a lot of the things that he has, kind of his MO are things that really disagree with. I disagree with a lot of his funniness even though I know it’s funny. But my lifestyle I would never do some of the things or make the observations that he makes. I have like a Ph.D. in Jim Gaffigan. Like I know what he finds funny. I mean I can’t do what he does. He’s the head writer of his comedy. I know what my role is and I know that I make it better, but I do it as Jim.
Conversely, when we were writing, when he was writing Dad Is Fat which is the, it’s a bestselling book called Dad Is Fat that he wrote about being a father of five kids in a two bedroom apartment. And I was there in the two bedroom apartment so I knew what he was doing and what was funny. But that’s when we really found out that he is the observational comedian and the wordsmith and I’m the essayist. I am the storyteller. Like it was pretty clear that we needed to stay working together because it was just enhancing everything we did. I brought a little bit more of a storytelling aspect to the standup comedy as well as the books. And he also in my storytelling could be like you know what’s really funny, you know, I wrote the book but he read it and wrote some notes in the margin. I’m like oh, now you’re me but you’re doing the wordsmithing and I’m doing the storytelling rather than you doing the wordsmithing and I’m coming in at the end with the storytelling. And I think that our collaboration became very, very clear when we wrote the Jim Gaffigan Show because now it was Jim as a character, Jeannie as a character and all these other crazy characters and the kids as characters. Read Full Transcript:
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Here is another sketch based on our life When Your Partner Acts as Your Parent.
It is true when we say that you will find every relationship in a good partner. Sometimes they are like your mother, sometimes they act like your dad. Sometimes they annoy you like your sister and sometimes they fight like your brother. And most of the times they are your best best friend.
Your partner and their actions remind you of so many cherished moments of your life and then you think that you marry the right partner :)
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WE ARE TALKING ABOUT PARENTING AND LOOKING INTO THE QUESTION, HOW CAN WE RAISE OUR CHILDREN TO BE HAPPY, HEALTHY AND SUCCESSFUL ADULTS. IT’S TRUE THAT THROUGH THE GENERATIONS THERE HAVE BEEN MANY VARIATIONS ABOUT WHAT CONSTITUTES THE BEST WAY TO RAISE OUR CHILDREN AND THE PENDULUM HAS SWUNG FROM UNDER INVOLVED TO OVER INVOLVED PARENTING STYLES.
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In the original Hippocratic oath, doctors swear by Apollo, the god of medicine; but his sister, Artemis, was actually the goddess of childbirth. For this TED talk, I focused on the emergence of the specialty of reproductive psychiatry within medicine, and on my personal journey as a physician and psychiatrist focusing on women’s mental health. Lucy A. Hutner, M.D. is a nationally recognized expert in the field of reproductive psychiatry and women’s mental health. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Wesleyan University in 1992, Dr. Hutner received her M.D. from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). She has held numerous academic leadership positions, including as the associate director of the Women’s Program at Columbia. In 2015, she was inducted into the American College of Psychiatrists, which has an elite membership of fewer than one thousand psychiatrists nationwide. Dr. Hutner is part of the leadership team of the National Task Force for Women’s Reproductive Mental Health, which is creating the first standardized digital curriculum for students and trainees in reproductive psychiatry. She has lectured and taught both locally and nationwide, has co-authored numerous academic publications, and has been cited in the national media, including Pregnantish, Mic, and Baby Center This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
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