Cultural Differences

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International Online Dating w/ Farron and Ju

Continuing our trend of conversations about relationships and dating, this week we bring back to the table our friends Faron and Ju, representing South Africa and South Korea, to have a deeper conversation about online dating in different cultures.

Seeking the Past to Reclaim an Identity w/ Sam Thiara

Hi listeners! This week, we have the pleasure of bringing you our conversation with our wonderful friend Sam Thiara. Sam is a speaker, entrepreneur, educator, and the author of the book Lost and Found: Seeking the Past and Finding Myself. In his book…

Divorce, Infidelity, and Expectations w/ Matt Pallotta

Divorce, Infidelity, and Expectations w/ Matt Pallotta

In our discussion with Matt, we dive into society’s expectations of marriage, different infidelity levels, the impacts of infidelity on us, and life after divorce. We’re excited to share new perspectives and steer the conversation towards understanding and accepting more unconventional relationship standards.

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Notorious Panty Thieves

In this episode, we are joined by our lovely friend Jade, who captivates us with her deft storytelling abilities on how to protect your panties, what’s shocking about Japan, what not to do in a taxi, and the ultimate aquarium escapade.

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Identity, Everyday Joys and Flipping Tables

In this episode Wendy and Juan discuss about Cultural Homelessness, Identity and what are TCK’s. We also talk about the little joys of everyday, flipping tables and why Wendy is a giant.

cultural homelessness
Opinion piece

Cultural Homelessness

Some people might find themselves in a state of cultural homelessness. A cognitive dissonance between their authentic self and the culture that represents them. They can’t reconcile their values and views with the realities they see.

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Cultural Differences

In this episode, Juan and Wendy are joined by their Tokyo friends Chelsea and Milton to discuss the intricacies of growing up in different cultures, their challenges, and a little bit about life in Japan as a foreigner.

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