Emo Dojo is more than a podcast ... It's a mindset.
Emo Dojo is a way of saying “I'm aware of my flaws, and I'm working on them.”
The show is generally for artists and entrepreneurs interested in mental health and mind fitness.
John Emotions opens up with his emotional challenges, relationship issues, creative projects, and brain research in an effort to “make mental mainstream.”
Transcribed episodes are available at EmoDojo.com
Theme music by Ray La Veau.
Intermission: I think this LiftID brain zapper may actually be working on me.
I've been super busy with work lately. This is a quick update on the brain zapper thing I've been using — The LiftID tDCS (Transcranial direct-current stimulation) — for my ADHD and depression. I think it's helping me.
I'll start with new Haiku titles and a new intro next time.
Coming Out Crazy: Disclosing Our Hidden Differences
John talks with fellow podcaster, KT, about the positives and negatives of accepting labels and sharing your mental illness diagnoses with others.
Medication Recall | Gut Bacteria | Poop Transplants
Today I talk about an important medicine recall for people with soft penises and/or depression; then we get into gut microbiota, and fecal transplants. Haiku Show Notes:
Sad your cock won't rise/
Mourning the morning before/
The new poop reboots
Transcript at EmoDojo.com
Leave a nice review or I'm turning on the advertisements. Stop withholding your love. It's time you pulled your weight in this relationship. =)
How To Be A Good Podcast Listener: Doing Your Part In A Two-Way Relationship
John Emotions explains the dynamic between small podcasters and their listeners, and how everyone can be better podcast listeners.
Faking a future/ When you had no intention/ Wasted time now gone
Haiku Show Notes:
Faking a future/
When you had no intention/
Wasted time now gone
Full transcripts available at EmoDojo.com
These gifts may help you/ From suffering holidays/ Alone with your thoughts
Haiku Show Notes:
These gifts may help you/
From suffering holidays/
Alone with your thoughts
Transcripts available at EmoDojo.com
Customer ReviewsSee All
I was diagnosed bipolar type 2 7 months ago. I love listening to you guys. There’s tons of helpful info and also it’s nice to hear someone else’s journey and how you relate with them. Thank you guys! Keep going!
Unmediated even though is says he should be
Listening to Johnny is confusing he jumps around topic to topic and makes little sense .... his unwelcoming demeanor has made this once enjoyable show actually sound like a cry for help. This is why we need health care, so people like this “host” can get the help they truly need.
Don’t put yourself in a place to help people if you are in a place where you cannot even help your self. Don’t be proud to be pharmaceutical free when you desperately need them. No shame in the medicine game take it if you need it. Stability is what’s important. Not cutting down a fellow human simply because they get offers to assist when you do not.
I recommend mindful bipolar, bipolar family, or that b ward. Educated “Suffers”- and they want to help! This isn't out of spite, I quit the show because it wasn’t heathy to work with someone unstable, I want to work with someone whose motivated to take control over their lives and stand up and say “I will help you!”, when A lister is in need. Someone not afraid to answer a crying mothers phone call begging for insight of this disorder. Simply put, this is no longer a place for help and healed.
Very new listener
Just recently decided to dive into finding podcasts I could relate to and this has been super beneficial in helping me feel like I’m not alone in the many layers of how I feel on the daily!