Welcome to The Common Nomad podcast. A podcast about friendship that's evolved across the countries and over the years. A friendship that no matter where we are, we're still making sure to stay connected. Enjoy! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/common-nomad/support
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In this episode of the Common Nomad podcast, Edward & Scylla discuss whether platonic friendships are valued equally important as romantic relationships. Do friends strive to be better friends the same way they strive to be better lovers. Romantic r... more
Hey Listeners! This episode, Edward & Scylla catch up and reflect on the meaning of friendships as the new year closely approaches. The end of the year and the beginning of a new one usually calls for some introspection. Out with the old, and in wit... more
Welcome to Season 2 of The Common Nomad podcast! This episode we talk about cultural appropriation in friendship. If you didn't know Edward and I are first generation of different cultures. We also decided to invite other first generation and immigra... more
This podcast always seems to hit the nail right on the head. Down to earth and practical conversations about society and the things we face these days.
This podcast is so relatable! With every episode, there is a lesson or theme that resonates with me. As I'm currently facing the struggles of outgrowing certain friendships, it felt like Episode 6 came right on time. One thing that I did not consider is the fact that sometimes people still see you for who you were when you met them, and not for the person you’ve become. That was a great point you mentioned! Friendships are difficult, but it’s comforting to know that there are others who have sim... more
YES - Listened to the entire thing, salute!!!! 🙌🏾 This is hella inspiring. Y’all really found a niche in discussing the ups and downs of true friendship. Looking forward to more episodes! 🔥🔥🔥🔥
I enjoyed listening to these two speak on very relevant topics. The conversations felt like I was sitting in the living room with them listening to them dive deeper and unpack certain aspects of life. The chemistry they posses within their banter is also refreshing. They challenge each other, but also complement one another. A few things they have said I have taken note and written in my journal. Excited to hear more of these two!
Man it’s wild, I just talking about this w. my bestfriend re. one of the friends in our group. A lot of the sentiments you shared were also brought up in our conversation, so it’s interesting to hear how y’all processed/are processing these spaces. more
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