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Hi all and welcome to another JCHC Slam and Dance Show hosted by myself, Donovan de Necker out of South Africa where we play hard music and share interviews I have had with bands and individuals within the Christian hard music scene.
Tonights guest is another good friend and stand up folk, Gary Trimble, of the solo punk project, The Plank Eyed Saints, If you enjoy bands like The Misfits, Ramones and The Huntingtons then you should look up the band camp link I have placed below at the end of the show discription. So looking forward to sharing that with you.
Bands you will hear on this episode: Close Your Eyes, Cleophus, Dependancy, Deliverance, Eyes of Servants, Frustuck, God So Loved The World, Plank Eyed Saints, Hippos of Doom, Heart Like War, Havalina Rail Co., Icon For Hire, Ishmael United, Joy Electric, Kevin And The Octives, The Way, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, The Band With No Name, Undercover, Witzend, XDisciple A.D.X, XLooking ForwardX, XSolidarityX, Embodyment, Queen City Saints, The Witness Protection Program, White Flags Burning, The Lead, Headnoise, Saint Hooligan .
Aiden was aware he was different from a young age and was openly a lesbian at 18 but still felt it wasn't completely him. A few years later he came across the term Genderqueer and identified with it immediately. Soon after he began to realize he wasn't just Genderqueer but actually transgender. He came to terms with it but when he first told someone he was told he was simply doing it for attention and pushed the feelings aside for awhile. Years later the feelings were still there and he decided it was time to start changing things in his life, begin to transition and be the man he felt he always was.
Art has always been a large part of his life. Aiden found that art was a great way of dealing with his emotions and mental illnesses. At a young age Aiden was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Depression, and has faced chemical dependancy issues over the years in a way of self medicating his pain and confusion of who he was. But even though there are mental illnesses present in his day to day life he is always trying to keep life positive and enjoy each day the best he can.
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Have you tried Alcoholics Anonymous and relapsed over and over again?
Or perhaps you couldn't ever get more than a couple of days of sobriety.
Tired of the desire to drink followed by the let down or guilt?
If you want to change that drive to drink, This show is a MUST listen.
YOU DON'T HAVE TO QUIT ALL AT ONCE. THE FIRST STEP IS TO DO LESS HARM.
If that mean one less beer or glass of wine tonight...then We'll build success from there.
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