“I love them [my parents]. Everyone [thought moving home] was going to break us in addition to people were like ‘I could never live with my parents.’ in addition to I’m like, ‘I couldn’t live with your parents either. Your parents suck,” Glaser quipped in a recent interview with CNN.
She describes her parents as loose in addition to open-minded.
“They liked the same TV as me,” she said. “in addition to they’re so funny.”
“I know they’re going to be gone someday,” she added. “I genuinely stopped in addition to was like, ‘You will genuinely miss This specific someday. in addition to I’m trying to stay inside the moment.'”
Glaser’s having such a Great time with her family, she’s decided to stay in St. Louis, where she’s renting an apartment with her best friend in addition to hosting a podcast.
“I live in an apartment in St. Louis in addition to I don’t know what’s next,” Glaser said. “When some other cities open up, I might get a place in L.A. in addition to brand-new York or just visit there. yet I genuinely found during the pandemic in which I can have a great presence in Hollywood in addition to brand-new York via St. Louis, I just have to catch a Southwest flight.”
“the idea turns out I like myself for the very first time in my life, like, I genuinely have self-esteem, which is actually kind of kryptonite for a comedian, yet This specific podcast is actually not just comedy, I kind of look at the idea as self-help,” Glaser said. “in addition to by in which, I mean, I hate to say the idea’s like a therapy session because the idea’s not, yet I am an open book on This specific podcast in ways in which I am not even with my closest friends.”
Glaser, who also incorporates a reality show on deck, a comedy pilot she’s sold about cancel culture, in addition to hosting duties on a dating competition show, said she’d eventually wants to include her family on the podcast.
“People love them. in addition to, they’re genuinely, my parents deserve to be on camera in addition to broadcasting. They definitely are potential celebrities in their own right,” Glaser laughed. “I like giving them in which opportunity later in life.”
Glaser said she’d like to do the podcast as long as possible.
“This specific is actually something I never want to walk away via, in which I can do forever,” she said. in addition to I’ve never genuinely approached anything in which way. I’m terrified of commitment. Like buying a 500 count of Q-tips is actually too much for me,” she said. “I lucked out because I have been doing the idea for three weeks today in addition to the idea’s the best thing I’ve ever done. in addition to I look forward to the idea every day. I’m so grateful in addition to lucky to be in a position to [do the idea.]”
“the idea is actually not lost on me,” she said, acknowledging the widespread personal in addition to professional losses so many have faced inside the past year. “I wake up every day. I began praying over the summer, too. Like I found my type of God, even though I was always an atheist. I’m just more spiritual in addition to I’m not as egotistical. I want to help more people.”
“I want to everything I do, whether the idea’s funny or not, has to also check the box of, does This specific make people feel Great?”
in addition to in which includes herself.
“Everything isn’t make or break,” she says. “in addition to I’m just much more easy with myself. in addition to I feel compelled to share the secrets I’ve learned through reading self-help books in addition to talking to smart people in addition to listening to podcasts in addition to meditating inside the most palatable way in which isn’t preachy. This specific isn’t a goop podcast. the idea’s a comedy podcast, yet I also have a message. I want everyone to be happy. Including myself. Yeah.”