Episode 25 | Faith, Prozac, and Therapy Are My Trinity

by Alex Reiman and Jason Duncan

Sometimes you need Jesus. Sometimes you need medication and therapy because you have a mental illness. In this episode Jason breaks down a terrible season of life with anxiety disorder. Without SSRI’s and therapy Jason wouldn’t be alive today.

This episode was inspired by the trending hashtag #ThisIsWhatAnxietyFeelsLike started by Sarah Fader of Stigma Fighters. If you are struggling with anxiety please search out #ThisIsWhatAnxietyFeelsLike on twitter to meet others like you. It is extremely comforting to find community with others who “get you.”

Our hope is that this episode will help others who may be living with the same illness as well as pastors who are unfamiliar with the mental illness. If you are struggling with anxiety disorder and would like to talk with us please don’t hesitate to contact us via the links below! Jason is also available and willing to share his story in effort to help others, if you would like him to share his story on your podcast, website, or event please contact him at notyourpastorspodcast@gmail.com



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One thought on “Episode 25 | Faith, Prozac, and Therapy Are My Trinity

  1. Pingback: #ThisIsWhatAnxietyFeelsLike with Sarah Fader Episode 30 | Not Your Pastor's Podcast

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