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Conversations with people who have plenty of the great building blocks for a classic deconversion story: Abandonment, misogyny, hypocrisy, racism, doubt, disillusionment, and failure—but, all of them continue to follow Jesus, and I’m going to ask them why. Order Death to Deconstruction, by Joshua S. Porter, wherever you prefer to buy books.
 
With this podcast I aim to help people with my knowledge and the deconstruction to give them the tools, knowledge, security and understanding to help them with their healing journey, partner, (C-)PTSD, PTS or the like.The aim is to help people cure themselves or at least improve their journey to getting cured and not just healed and to finally have a life worth living again - not just surviving.The original goal was to just tell my path, but while doing the podcast I realized the dire situat ...
 
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In this episode we will talk about people who are victims and abusers. People who suffered and made other people suffer. There are some mixed opinions about it, but I think it is important to be clear on this issue. We first talk about what is not abuse, then the difference between mistake and pattern, then why I call them traitors and lastly the c…
 
Death to Deconstruction: Reclaiming Faithfulness as an Act of Rebellion is out now wherever books and audiobooks are sold. Find out more. Chad Johnson was a prominent figure in underground music before he became a big wheel in the Christian music industry. He's seen his fair share of deconstruction, but it was a secret battle against addiction that…
 
In this episode we will talk about nightmares, which are a common occurrences and a symptom strongly associated with PTSD. An awful and tiring experience that might be able to be avoided. As I said, the nightmares that you get while suffering from PTSD are well known and they can range drastically. From relatively normal nightmares to being so terr…
 
Hello my dears, It is this time of the year again and though a bit late, I wanted to remind you to be kind to and not so hard on yourself. This time of the year is rough especially for those who suffered losses, already feel disconnected, have a complicated family situation and so on. If you add the limited daylight and it just gets worse. Same goe…
 
Guest Info/Bio: Bekah Stolhandske McNeel is a native of San Antonio, Texas, where she has been a reporter for nine years. Her work has appeared in print with Christianity Today, The San Antonio Current, and the Public Justice Review, as well as online with the Christian Science Monitor, Sojourners, the Texas Tribune, the Hechinger Report, The 74 Mi…
 
Death to Deconstruction: Reclaiming Faithfulness as an Act of Rebellion is out now wherever books and audiobooks are sold. Find out more. Gavin Bennett is a pastor of communities in Portland, Oregon who has experienced a lot of pain and confusion and has walked with others through even more of it. But he can't seem to shake this thing called the ch…
 
In this episode we will talk about a question I seen many ask themselves ”Why didn’t I see it earlier?” and having a very hard time to come to terms with it and forgiving themselves. We talked about Denial before, in Episode 37, where we talked about being in Denial about what happened. This is the next step, so to speak, where we talk about the fa…
 
Death to Deconstruction: Reclaiming Faithfulness as an Act of Rebellion is out now wherever books and audiobooks are sold. Find out more. Stephen Christian (of Anberlin and Anchor & Braille fame) has not only survived the pitfalls of the Christian music industry with his faith intact but has become a pastor. How?…
 
In this episode we will talk about isolation - a topic which occurs throughout, from the traumatic experience itself up to the healing process. When we talk about isolation in this episode, we refer to both the literal isolation by being separated from everyone else physically, as well as the figurative isolation where people can be around, but you…
 
Death to Deconstruction: Reclaiming Faithfulness as an Act of Rebellion is out now wherever books and audiobooks are sold. Find out more. Evan Wickham was a worship leader who became a pastor but not before some painful undoing of the theology with which he was raised. How did he not undo all of it?Oleh Joshua S. Porter
 
Hakeem Bradley was raised in what he calls a black identity cult to understand the Bible as a tool for oppression. But, somehow, he became a youth group leader, a pastor, and now works with the Bible Project out of Portland, Oregon. He's seen the best and worst of church and hasn't bailed. Death to Deconstruction: Reclaiming Faithfulness as an Act …
 
In this episode we will talk about survival, which affects most affected by PTSD. When we hear usually about survival it is about being stranded on an island, the wilderness and the like - which is of course accurate. But survival also refers to the state many people affected by PTSD are in. We will first talk about surviving and then what we can d…
 
In this episode we will talk about the question why we cry so much - especially during our healing process - and why crying is a good thing. It is an important part for getting better, but often quite confusing. There is of course some opinions about who can and can’t cry and those are absolute nonsense. Crying is an important part of a healthy hum…
 
Guest Bio: This week week we have a very special episode with Father Gary Thomas. Father Thomas has served as the diocese of San Jose’s official Vatican - certified exorcist since 2009. He also served as a consultant on the movie, “The Rite” starring Anthony Hopkins. The movie is based on a book by the same name which chronicles accounts from his r…
 
Guest Info/Bio: This week we give you part 2 of our two-part series on The Bible! We bring back one of our favorite guests of all time Dr. Timothy Mackie! Check out Dr. Mackie’s work on his podcasts The Bible Project and Exploring My Strange Bible. Dr. Mackie is the creative writer and director for The Bible Project and an adjunct professor of Old …
 
BIO/GUEST: This week we speak with Brian McLaren! Brian is an author, speaker, activist, and public theologian. A former college English teacher and pastor, he is a passionate advocate for “a new kind of Christianity” - just, generous, and working with people of all faiths for the common good. He is an Auburn Senior Fellow and a leader in the Conve…
 
In this episode we will talk about feeling hollow, which can feel like a hole inside of you - that somehow hurts.That feeling is the reason for many problems, sufferings and harmful behavior. Not just with PTSD and many are affected. The feeling hollow is quite widespread, but hardly talked about. Quite difficult to describe the feeling properly wi…
 
Guest Info/Bio: This week we speak with Dr. Pauline Boss. Pauline is an educator and researcher who is widely recognized for her groundbreaking research on what is now known as the theory of ambiguous loss. All losses are touched with ambiguity. Yet, Dr. Boss’s research and practice have revealed that those who suffer ambiguous loss, losses without…
 
Guest Info/Bio: This week we speak with the incredible Rabbi Arthur Green PhD. Rabbi Green is one of the preeminent authorities on Jewish thought and spirituality. He was the founding dean and is currently rector of the Rabbinical School and Irving Burdnick Professor of Jewish Philosophy and Religion at Hebrew College. He is Professor Emeritus at B…
 
In this episode we will talk about the question “How could you make okay what happened?” that I heard many times and is a reason many people don’t seek help. A dangerous misconception that can leave people vulnerable and unable to move forward. The short answer to the question “How could you make okay what happened?” is that I don’t. I am not tryin…
 
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In this episode we will talk about how during the healing process we sometimes move slow - sometimes it even feels like standing still - and sometimes fast - at least compared to the other. I covered this before during the healing wave section. This is the biggest part of your healing process - therefor I think it is important to revisit it for a d…
 
In this episode we will talk about feeling quite lost during the healing process and to be fair - it is quite a chaotic time. But the question is why and what can we do? Understanding is a huge part of it, which also helps to navigate it all. We will first talk about the order of healing, then walking the path properly and then your change along th…
 
In this episode we will talk about 9 methods to counter PTSD - as in which methods help us go up against PTSD and fight it. Knowing how to turn the table changes almost everything. First we talk about methods for finding the enemy and then about methods how to best fight them. Contact: contactme@johannadraconis.com…
 
Guest Info/Bio: Tyler Merritt is an actor, comedian, viral sensation, activist, founder of The Tyler Merritt Project, and author of the memoir, I Take My Coffee Black: Reflections on Tupac, Musical Theater, Faith, and Being Black in America. As a 6’2” dreadlocked black man living in the South, Merritt is well aware of stereotypes and their potentia…
 
In this episode we will talk about methods in case of an PTSD emergency, which is usually when the symptoms take over. A situation we try to avoid for a good reason and where mistakes are punished hard. We fill first cover the crucial first steps, then the methods used in an emergency and then the grounding method. Contact: contactme@johannadraconi…
 
Guest Info/Bio: Guest Bio: This week I kick off a two-part series on race with Andre Henry. Andre is an award-winning musician, writer, and activist. He is a columnist for Religion New Service and the author of the newsletter “Hope and Hard Pills.” He is a student of nonviolent struggle, having organized protests in Los Angeles, where he lives, and…
 
In this episode we will talk about methods you can use in your everyday life. It has been years since we touched upon this and I felt like a updated version was long overdue. These are the things you can use the most - and therefor important and extremely helpful. First we talk about methods for everyday life and then resource management. Contact: …
 
In this episode we will talk about maintaining hope - even in the darkest times. It is no secret that dealing with PTSD and trauma can lead to the darkest times a human can witness. Additionally recent events made a lot of people very scared. For good reason I fear. But as I said often - panic doesn’t help anyone and is not the way to go. Hope is t…
 
Guest Info/Bio: Guest Bio: This week I welcome back John Dominic Crossan! Dr. Crossan is one of the preeminent New Testament scholars and historian of early Christianity. He is known for his contemporary historical Jesus research and he has written both popular and academic books on an array of topics. Dr. Crossan received his Doctor of Divinity at…
 
In this episode we will talk about what we can do about feeling inferior, like an impostor, a lack of self confident and the voices in your head giving you a hard time. It is important to do this, so you can life a fulfilling life, have less risk of getting in the hands of an abuser and can take better care of yourself. We talked about it last epis…
 
In this episode we will talk about the question “Why do I feel so inferior?” or the inner voices - sometimes called inner critics. The voices that beat you down and are sometimes mistaken for the inner voice of reason or the like. In general having voices inside your head is completely normal - unless they tell you something new. We first talk abou…
 
Guest Info/Bio: This week I welcome back our good friend Jonathan Martin! Jonathan is a pastor at The Table and author of two critically acclaimed books, Prototype and How to Survive a Shipwreck, and a brand new book, The Road Away from God: How Love Finds Us Even As We Walk Away” out now. He holds degrees from Gardner-Webb University, Pentecostal …
 
In this episode we will talk about the question “Should I commit suicide” for the third time - this time we start with sickness, then isolation, then mourning, then we get there when we get there and lastly conclusion. It is about the absolute crucial difference between “I want to end this life” and “I want to end my life”. Transcript: https://www.…
 
uest Info/Bio: Forrest Clay is a singer/songwriter and good friend of the pod! Clay joined me to discuss the inspiration behind his Recover EP. We break down each song followed by a snippet of that particular track for your listening pleasure. Guest Links: Twitter: @clay_k Instagram: @forrestclaymusic Music by: Forrest Clay “Burning Bush, This Wate…
 
In this episode we will talk about the question “Should I commit suicide?” for the second time. This time the focus is on internal struggles or - in other words - is the call coming from the inside? Or “Does the enemy wants you to think the call is coming from the inside so you leave the house and run into the enemies arms?” We first start with dep…
 
Guest Info/Bio: This week I welcome Staci Frenes. Staci is a Christian music artist, speaker, author, and mom of an LGBTQ+ daughter. A former English teacher, she has turned her love of music into a full-time vocation, forming her own publishing company and record label and landing multiple film and television placements. We talk all about Staci’s …
 
In this episode we will talk about false accusations, as the Johnny Depp Amber Heard Trial is dominating the minds of people these days and there are a lot of emotions and reactions that have me quite worried. So I decided to insert this episode, while emotions seem to climb ever higher and the constant coverage triggering quite a lot of people and…
 
In this episode we will talk about a questions, that many of you might have asked yourself - “Should I commit suicide?” And it is a choice that can’t be undone - there is no going back. So we should be extra sure we make the right call. We first do a little thought experiment, then we talk about external struggles and how to get out of the trap. We…
 
Guest Info/Bio: This week I welcome Candice Marie Benbow. Candice is a multi-genre theologian who situates her work at the intersections of beauty, faith, feminism and culture, giving voice to Black women’s shared experiences of healing and journeying toward wholeness. Reimagining how faith can be a tool of liberation and transformation for women a…
 
In this episode we will talk about mental health again or more precisely: What it means to be mentally healthy. We will continue from the last episode with our example to better understand mental health. First we talk about abusive persons, then severe impact, then loosing sections and projects and lastly signs of things going wrong. Transcript: ht…
 
Guest Bio: Thomas Jay Oord is a theologian, philosopher, and scholar of multi-disciplinary studies. He is an award-winning author, and he has written or edited more than twenty books. Oord has won the Outstanding Faculty Award twelve times as professor of Northwest Nazarene University, Nampa, Idaho. Oord is known for his contributions to research o…
 
In this episode we will talk about a statement I hear all the time - “But I am totally fine! I am not crazy!” and - in case of PTSD - “I don’t have flashbacks!”. Usually coming from someone who is not totally fine and many with PTSD don’t have flashbacks. Which lead me to come up with a model to explain first how your mental and physical health are…
 
Guest Info/Bio: This week I welcome Kirsten Powers! Kirsten Powers is a CNN senior political analyst and NYT bestselling author whose forthcoming book is "Saving Grace: Speak Your Truth, Stay Centered and Learn to Coexist with People Who Drive You Nuts," publishing on Nov. 2, 2021. Kirsten formerly was a columnist for USA Today, The Daily Beast, Am…
 
In this episode we will talk about moving forward in your healing journey - or how to know if you are or not. As in “Am I slowing down because I need to or am I just lazy?” That is a good question that likely many asked themselves - including me. Since pacing and managing your energy is such a crucial point - it is important that we know. First we …
 
Guest Info/Bio: No, your ears do not deceive you! Long-time listeners asking where Adam went…well….I found him! Adam is a live and well! I packed up the recording gear, set up in Adam’s bourbon room, and we sat down to talk all about what Deconstruction means to us 6 years after starting this crazy project. This week I welcome back my friend and co…
 
Intro Hello my dears, My name is Johanna, and I welcome you to the Johanna Draconis - The Deconstruction Of C-PTSD podcast. This episode will be something a bit different and we will talk about dealing with hopelessness, helplessness, despair, suffering and anger - in light of the Ukraine Conflict sadly. I had a complete different episode planned, …
 
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