Short video answers to your most serious questions about leaving homosexuality
It seems like no matter who reports on therapy for homosexuality, they use this phrase, "conversion therapy". What does that phrase mean? Who conducts it? Is it harmful? Should "it" be banned? The truth is... well, watch the video.
Psychologists have enough jargon words to boggle the mind, it seems. Then they pile on the acronyms. This week, we reveal one acronym, "EMDR". EMDR is used to help soldiers recover from PTSD caused by war, and some therapists use it almost exclusively for therapy in healing from several kinds of homosexuality. Good idea or bad idea? Find out.
I was standing at a Taxi stand at the airport at 1 in the morning. The woman in line next to me was quite friendly, and we struck up a short conversation. She had heard that "the" ex-gay Christian ministry had shut down, and the "leaders" had said that therapy was ineffective. What didn't she know? Well, let's talk about that.
I think the modern American Church misunderstands emotions and desire. So when asked, "should 'gay people' act on their desire?", it's easy to give a flippant answers which does more harm than good. This week, we tackle that challenging question.