Cole Knowlden, Kenyon Adamcik, and Kwamin Marshall are three comics who explore bad self-help advice and then try to use in their own lives

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Rebirthing Therapy/Dolphin Therapy

November 5, 2018

Show Notes:

Kenyon goes through womb regression, an illegal therepy, to see if being reborn will fix the problems of his first birth. Practitioners of womb regression (rebirth) therapy say that a lot of common problems, like depression, sinus, and characters flaws, are a result of negative emotions during birth. They claim that, as a fetus, you can hear and feel what your parents are saying and thinking about you and, for instance, if you hear you mom contemplating abortion it might affect you later in life. During all this talk about birthing Kwamin reveals how little he knows not only about women’s bodies, but about child birth in general. But he does know that his mom considered aborting him (Kenyon’s as well) so he figures it might be the fix for him. We find out the the reason rebirth therapy is illegal is because a child died in Colorado when her mom forced her to do it. What happens is you are wrapped in blankets and people sit on you while you try to struggle out. The child struggled for 70 minutes before finally suffocating. This gives cause for concern to Kenyon and Kwamin who are about to undergo it. We then look at an experience of rebirth therapy. One guy says during his rebirth he witnessed his first birth and saw that he had a twin who was aborted (while he was saved by god). He then played paddy cake with his soul and then past life regressed to when he used to be George Washington. Wow! Dolphin Therapy also comes up during the discussion. Dolphin Therapy claim it alleviates down syndrome, aids, depression, and autism by playing with dolphins. No one really can say how it works, some think sonar, while others think its the dolphins bio energy forcefields, but it’s probably just really cool going to a tropical location and playing with dolphins which makes you feel better. One week later… We wrapped Keyon in blankets in my hallway (to simulate a womb), put on Kid Cudis’s Born Again (the essential rebirth therapy anthem),and Kwamin sat on him while Cole pushed to simulate contractions (Authenticity!). Kenyon could barely breath but did manage to escape. Afterwards Kwamin was too scared for his turn. Ultimately Kenyon decided it didn’t make him feel any better but he did like being born again in the presence of two people who cared about him. Subscribe, Rate, and Review on iTunes - Link Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook