In 2014, Harris published the book, 10 Happier How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress without Losing My Edge and Found SelfHelp That Actually Works.

__ Check out the rest of our podcasts: — About Dan Harris: Dan Harris is co-anchor of “Nightline” and the weekend edition of “Good Morning America” on ABC News. In 2014, Harris published the book, “10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress without Losing My Edge and Found Self-Help That Actually Works.” It went to #1 on the New York Times Bestsellers List and then became an app, designed to teach meditation to skeptics. Follow Dan on Twitter: Get the 10% Happier app: Check out Dan’s book: Free View in iTunes

49 Explicit ‘Weediquette’ Creator & Filmmaker Kevin Murphy, From ‘The 100,’ Takes Us on a Weed-Loving, Smoker-Swearing Journey | Mediaite (@mediaite) & #WTF Is Weed The Real Newfangled Drug of the Twentieth Century? Our special thanks to @KevinMurphyTV for his help with this episode! Get him on Twitter: The story of what makes Kevin Murphy such a terrific stand up comedian/podcaster follows him as he navigates the world of weed with cannabis use, pot-induced nightmares, and (most hilariously) how and when to say weed name-drops. He also shares the story of growing his own cannabis, the surprising and sometimes scary origins of his first weed-related show (Falling for the Truth), and the many highs and lows that he has had with his weed-related work. Listen to the trailer: Free View in iTunes

50 Explicit ‘The One With The Baddest Son,’ with Ben Feldman | The One with the Baddest Son (w/ Ben Feldman) The one and only Ben Feldman sits down with @julie_mckenna and @danahull to talk about being the “baddest” son! From the show’s original incarnation as a show on MTV to its successful new spinoff, The Real Baddest Man in the World, Ben has been one of the funniest and most talented comedians to join The Howard Stern Show (and his other TV and film credits). He’s also one of the hardest working guys in comedy for some of the hardest-working people in the business. It took him three years to finally release his new book about how being the “baddest” as a kid affected his lifelong career trajectory. We cover everything from the importance of having friends and family, to the role of alcohol and drugs in our lives. Then we speak with Ben about why you never know who’s listening to your stories. Listen to the trailer: Free View in iTunes

51 Explicit The Complete List Of The 10-Year Anniversary Show | Howard Stern: From the Archives 10 Years On & More | Howard Stern (@HowardStern) It’s our 10-year anniversary show where @HowardStern shares an album he had just recorded and tells the story of playing for more than 5,000 people (including your host!) on an extremely hot (97 FMT) and windy (38 FMT) day. Thanks to @julie_mckenna and @danahull for talking with us! Plus, we’ve got some special guests! So much great content, we don’t wanna hit 100 episodes! LISTEN to the trailer: Free View in iTunes

52 Explicit The Howard Stern Show (2002-2005) - The Greatest Podcast of All Time? | Howard Stern (@HowardStern) The Howard Stern Show’s 10-year anniversary is this week and you’re lucky to be able to watch it all – all four years! We share our memories from the first time we took the microphone in 2001, the most interesting guests and guests we had, and how we covered our asses and got off on the next task. Now, we give credit where credit’s due: Howard has been a voice in our ears for the last 10 years, not only in the comedy community but for Howard Stern’s entire career. From his beginnings in 1994 when he was just starting out, to his final day on television in 2014. The Howard Stern Show ran for 10 years and we cover it all. Hear some of our favorite moments from the first few years, right up until his retirement – thanks, Howard! Listen to the rest of our highlights - we had something to say about his retirement on Tuesday! Free View in iTunes

53 Explicit 10 Years After ‘The Howard

The singer and his PR rep confirmed the accusation, and basically took a shot at the whole online music community, and specifically the YouTube people responsible for the song if you have a chance, read their entire statement here . Plus, it's pretty clear that naltrexone is not going to be a cure for depression, because the amount of improvement is relatively small compared to the risks associated with taking antidepressant medications at high doses.
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