Danielle and Wolfgang explore their unique relationship. She is from America and he is from Austria. As a married couple they had to go through a lot of difficult challenges and had to work together to change the way they communicate. Together they talk about communication, language barriers, obstacles in regards to being from different countries, long distance relationships, living together, mental health issues, anxiety, working through trauma and much more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/translating-love/support
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I really enjoy this show. Fun, interesting and with thought provoking topics. Also their story is so unique and I enjoy their relationship and sharing their experience.
This was a really good...well they all are...episode you guys. A really important topic, near and dare I say "dear" to my heart. I loved your guest Kim and really love the dynamic you both have with guests.
I love this. Dani, you have heard me say it before; but here is my basic definition of "marriage": It is the commitment to be a compliment to, to accept, to value, to celebrate, to honor, and to protect your beloved's individuality and personhood--to recognize and defend their "space" as their space. It took going thru divorce for me to learn this; but, having done so, I can confidently say that though your mom and I are not married any longer; I am more intimately married to her now than ever. ... more
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