In today's fast paced society, we're all faced with some degree of stress
. . . deadlines, budgets, an arrogant boss, a stubborn coworker, an
obstinate teenager at home, a bad hair day, a "no-hair" day . . .
for many of us, a straight jacket may be nearer than we think. Whether the source of
stress is at work or at home, the results can be costly. But the good news is .
. . laughter is the best medicine. And here to bring us the antidote
to stress is Karyn Buxman!
- Healthcare Professional
- Story Teller
- Author & Editor
- JEST for Success! (Motivational
- Humor Makes Cents! (Humor
for Customer Service)
- Is the Noise in My Head Bothering You?! (A Humorous Look at Self-talk and Self-esteem)
Karyn Buxman is former editor of Therapeutic Humor,
is a contributing editor and vice-president of Journal of Nursing Jocularity,
co-editor of Nursing Perspectives On Humor, and contributing author of Where
The Heart is: Stories of Home & Family, and Chocolate for a Woman's
Associations, organizations, and institutions everywhere are adopting Karyn Buxman's
therapeutic humor as standard "operating" procedure. Karyn wows audiences
through keynotes, general sessions, luncheons and after dinner presentations, filling the
prescription for a winning program!
|Faster than a speeding shuttle car, able to leap
baggage carousels in a single bound, more powerful than a dose of Extra Strength Tylenol
Karyn Buxman, RN, MS combines her skills as a humorist,
story teller, and a health care professional to help other people take their work
seriously, yet take themselves lightly.
|"I've been retaining speakers for several years and have never
heard so many rave reviews -- all unsolicited. It always makes the meeting planner
look good when the guests go home smiling, and you accomplished that for me."
Director of Communications and Special Events
|"During this period of transition, change, and continued
uncertainty in the health care environment, the staff found your advice valuable in
helping us appreciate the real essence of our profession, and the importance humor plays
in helping us handle stress and enjoy our work."
Scripps Memorial Hospital