I was watching a documentary called “Jerry Seinfeld: Comedian”. It was filmed in 2000. Only a couple of years after “Seinfeld”, the tv show, had ended.
The documentary followed Jerry on the stand-up circuit and took you behind the scenes as to the life of a comedian.
In the documentary, they were interviewing Jerry as well as fellow comedians. One of the comedians that was being interviewed, was Jay Leno.
I never knew that Jay Leno never stopped doing stand-up comedy. Even after he landed “The Tonight Show”, he continued to do stand up.
The money that Jay Leno earned from the show went straight to savings.
Jay Leno struggled financially throughout his early days and that fear of losing it all was deep in his psyche. It affected the way he chose to save or spend his earnings, always keeping something put away. Even though he was very successful.
Having traumatic events when we are younger can produce intense fear. At times, this may affect the way we behave after that event.
We see this in dentistry all the time.
Many people will have a traumatic event at the dentist, producing an intense fear from that point forward.
This fear may cause them to be extremely nervous, cry, create behavior coping techniques, or even not see a dentist at all, for many years.
We provide a series of medications to help relax you during your appointment. Most times, patients don’t even remember the appointment, only that it is all done.
If you are thinking right now, how you just cannot go to the dentist, or that your fear is too intense, we can help. Schedule an Anxiety-Free dental consultation today. Visit us at mydente.com or call 773-292-1911 to make an appointment today.
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Emilio “Laughter is the Best Medicine” Couret