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Episode 022 / Friendship turned into partnership
Carl Jung, famous psychiatrist and psychotherapist, said once that the meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed. It is very true for the guests on the show, Tina & Richard, who were kind enough to spend their Saturday afternoon sharing their beautiful story. In this episode of Indian Interracial Marriages Podcast, we talk about their meeting, their attraction to each other, and family.
They are still not in agreement with when they consider their first date was and you will get to hear them share the backstory on that. Being a studious person, Tina wasn’t interested in dating or getting involved with anyone until Richard shared a “secret about guys” and made Tina rethink. They shared cheesecake as dessert is the best part of a good meal.
Both are very passionate about creating a great family for their son and Tina having grown up in a joint family has plenty of wisdom to share about love, care, and kindness toward others with her son. Richard is soft spoken, patient and understanding man who very openly embraced Indian lifestyle and family gatherings.
I had a great time speaking with them as I find myself really connecting with people who get the opportunities to be raised by grandparents. There’s a type of love you receive from grandparents that I think I can never find anywhere. Grandparents are gifts, in my humble opinion.
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Mentions in This Episode
- Tae Kwon Do – According to TeamUSA, Taekwondo is one of the most systematic and scientific Korean traditional martial arts, that teaches more than physical fighting skills.
- Dance Marathon – It’s a movement benefiting Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
- Samosa – Indian savory fried pastry made out of wheat and filled with potatoes, peas and other spices. It is normally in the appetizer section of the restaurant menu.